Different visitors operate different websites through different devices; for many of the websites creating a version for a different resolution and devices is next to impossible. But should this become a reason for us to lose our valuable visitors from one device, to get the benefit of gaining visitors from other device? The answer would be definitely a big NO!

So what’s the solution to this? Well, we do have a solution for it and that is Responsive web design.

What is Responsive Web Design?


This approach consists of a mix of flexible grids and layouts, images and excellent use of CSS media queries which helps in switching to a different resolution as the user switches to a new device respectively. This means that the system will automatically respond to the user’s preference without the need to develop different designs for each gadget.

Here are some tips that you will definitely find useful for responsive web design…

1. Progressive Enhancement:


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This process will focus on developing layouts for the smallest screen resolutions and enhance progressively through the resolution spectrum. The advantage of this method is that the mobile devices will download only the minimum required images and CSS. Progressive enhancement allows the browsers to view a simplified version of the site.