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Responsive Web Design


Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a design approach who dynamically change the appearances in mobile and desktop of the website depending upon different screen sizes and orientation of the devices used to view it. Responsive Web Design (RWD) is a design approach whose aimed  at construct sites to provide an excellent viewing experience as reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors). Now all mobile user browse the website using smartphone in the world.

RWD uses breakpoints to determine how the site layout will apper. One design is used above the breakpoint and the another is used below the breakpoint . Breakpoints based on the width of the browser.

A site designed with RWD will use the layout to the viewing environment by using fluid, proportion-based grids, flexible images, HTML5 and CSS3 media queries, an extension of the @media rule.

Creating Usable Experience

Responsive web design based on the shuffling of elements around the page, design and development. Responsive website design can also solve the puzzle. how to reorganize elements on larger pages to fit skinnier, longer pages or vice versa. Most of important content is display on mobile rather then disktop.To ensure that all  elements fits into a page is not a enough. Responsive can also be usable at all screen resolution or sizes


Responsive Web Design Price

Now all online websites are looking very attractive in smartphone, tablet and desktop due to responsive design. All are very user friendly also. Its cost more then a simple website as it require extra knowledge ot grid system tool. Its a standard to make it professional in all devices. See here our website design price.


Responsive Web Design Tool / Framework

We use mostly responsive grid framework to design website. Most populare framework are Bootstrap , Skeleton , Columnal and Foundation.


Focusing on Content

Content priotization is also important. When person opens its website on its phone he has to sroll endlessely to find the content what he wants to see. Make sure you register the business on google so that mobile user popup in google places. Smart content prioritization helps users find what they need more efficiently.


Considering Performance

When you design a responsive web design don’t test it only your desktop because the coding of responsive design for all the devices is same. So a 4 inch screen as compare to an 24 inch screen can take a time to open the website. Its means slower down the speed of design in smartphones. Also don't stop to crawl the javascript, css, images file of website pages becuase when website used in mobile it look different and wide. Check your robot.txt file so allow all section to be crawled my search egine.

So don’t test it only in your offices with high speed broadband.Test it also in smartphones, basements, rooms and many more varied conditions. Brand will atomically improve.

Example of Mobile friendly website we develop

How to Create a Responsive Web Design with Media Queries?

As we see in back 2011,we went through a process of designing,coding and development ,Typo into wordpress theme. so we’ll use the HTML and CSS as a base to transform the static web design  into a responsive web design  that will adapt to various viewport sizes. So that there is no need to zoom the websites when open in a mobilephones, smartphones.
The first step is to design responsive web is to find the what resolution we are going to  supply for. Common resolution include the 320px picture  width of smartphones, 768px picture width of tablets, 1024px landscape width of tablets (and typical netbook resolutions) as well as various desktop monitor resolutions. Its worth mentioning that design we supply for preset resolution is offered referred as adavptive. Responsive design can be built using ems , percentage  allowing an infinite level of scaling.

When I’m starting with css media queries to add responsive functionality I’m adding the media queries and additional declarations to a separate CSS file, but they could be added to your main stylesheet.

      <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width; initial-scale=1.0">

 
We have to prevent iphone from automatic scaling the website to fit the screen so this  meta tag will tell Safari on the iPhone to set the device width to the size of its viewport.

                 @media screen and (max-width: 860px) {


                                                      }

The following set of rules will be in effect if the viewport width is 980px or less. Basically, I set all the container width from pixel value to percentage value so the containers will become fluid.

                   /* For 980 px or Less */

              @Media Screen and (Max-Width: 980px){ 
                         #pagwrap{ 
                         width:90%;
                                 }
                         #Content{
                         width:30%; 
                                 }
                         #Sidebar{ 
                         width:65%;
                                 }
                                                 }

Then for viewport 700px or less, specify the #content and #sidebar to auto width and remove the float so they will display as full width.

                    /* For 700 px or Less */

              @Media Screen and (Max-Width:700px){
                         #Content{
                         width:auto;

                         float:none;
                                  }

                         #Sidebar{
                         width:auto;

                         float:none;
                                  }

For 480px or less (mobile screen), reset the #header height to auto, change the h1 font size to 24px and hide the #sidebar.

                    /* For 480 px or Less */

              @Media Screen and (Max-Width480px){
                         #header{
                        height:auto;

                                }
                         h1{
                       font-size:24px;
                            }

                         #Sidebar{
                          display:none;
                                 }
                                                }