Responsive Web Design: What Is It And How To Use It?

Nowdays websites are seen into existence and operate via many platforms ranging from tablets, iPhones to even phablets. Every device requires a difference screen resolution along with compatibility which makes it beneficial and thus serves the purpose of making such websites. In case of web development people are slowly coming with a new requirement every now and then, hence making it tough for the developers to fulfil their endless needs.

 

So how to tackle this situation? Responsive web design involves designing of the website with suitable gridlines that makes it compatible with different screen sizes, platform and orientation. As the user switches from one device to other the website must automatically detect this difference and hence reshape the screen resolution of the website according to it.

 

With new devices launching every now and then requires the web template to be designed in portrait or landscape orientation along with varied screen resolution. Johnwilson.co.uk is one of the leading responsive web design company in UK that come up with the solution of responsive screen size thus making it comfortable for the user to access the given URL via any platform.

 

Earlier flexible layout was considered as a luxury for the website as these websites got automatically adjusted without any issue related to screen resolution. Then eventually came the use of CSS technology that uses certain tools which automatically adjusts the screen shape according to the screen resolution of your operating device. This made easy assessment of the website for the users and hence avoided trouble.

 

One problem that still haunts the users is the usage of flexible images. This section has not been rectified and the ongoing process is still carrying on in this category. Hence the web developers have come up different software and techniques to ensure responsive web design for easy accessibility of the website.

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