Okay, so you’ve maybe noticed (or maybe not) that when you look at some websites lately, they somehow modify what it is they look like layout wise depending on whether or not you’re on your smartphone or your laptop or your big desktop monitor….ahh, you’ve just bumped into what the web development community calls “responsive design!”

Basically, as you know from your own surfing visits, what responsive design is is web layout designs that respond to the device that a user is using to display the site. It’s a website design that can be viewed from any (or mostly any) device from smartphones to desktops and all the various display sizes in between and it keeps the content shown both effective and readable by the user at all times. That is, the content doesn’t change, just the layouts change depending on the type and size of the display and the chosen user browser to do the display….i.e. responsive design!
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