Tackling responsive - the responsive

It'sa css library and part javascript !

Responsive Web Design (RWD) involves creating a website whose display adapts to the resolution of the screen on which it is being viewed. This means that the site does not need to be developed in several versions, as is the case with mobile sites. There is just one version of the site, visible on all media.


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Desktop computers (≥1200px)

Laptop computers (≥992px)

Touch Tablet ( (≥768px))

Small gsm screen (<768px)

The advantages of such a solution are enormous. Firstly, economically: development times are greatly reduced because only one version of the site is created. And the fact that it can be displayed correctly on different screen sizes increases the chances of it being consulted, from any medium, anywhere.


Let's be clear: responsive web design is still relatively new and there are still few experts on the subject. Admittedly, it's not easy to master, especially when you've been used to building a single, fixed design for many years. Fortunately, things are changing fast, but you need to be careful: if the people you're working with have never done responsive design before, your first attempts probably won't be the best. Take the time to train yourself, on several projects if possible.
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