Responsive Website Designing
Today, more and more users browse the Internet using their mobile phone. In fact, according to one survey, the number of browsers using their mobile phones / tablets to access the web has already exceeded desktop users. Earlier, the only option was to design different websites for different devices. So typically, you ended up with at least two websites – one for the desktop users and one for the mobile users. While that solution worked correctly, it was expensive. With the rapid advances in HTML technology, it is now possible to design a single website that shows correctly across all devices that accesses it – be it a desktop, a mobile phone, a tablet, a phablet or anything else. The HTML technique that makes this possible is responsive website designing.
As the name implies, responsive websites 'respond' to the device accessing it. It is a technique for building websites that work on mobile devices, tablets, and desktop screens. For a responsive website, the layout changes based on the viewing size of the device that access it. For example, if a responsive website is viewed on a mobile phone, it may show the content in a single column, if accessed on a tablet it may show a double column, and a desktop may show the same content in a three column layout. Because they change layout according to the device, responsive websites are also called as 'fluid design' websites.
Responsive web design makes the code leaner, as the same code works across multiple screen resolutions.
At Ojaswi Tech, we like to keep up with the times. Our team adapted and utilized responsive web design techniques shortly after it was introduced.
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