by Andy Carroll, 30 Jun 2018
Responsive Design for mobile friendly websites has now become a necessity rather than a luxury. It can be implemented in many ways but generally uses CSS media queries to read a device type and width then adjust the display accordingly.
The latest best practice is "mobile first" approach which defines the default base layout targeting small screens. Then each increase in width has style markup that increases features and layout complexity.
The quickest and most reliable method of defining the various device breakpoints is to use a CSS framework. The two major frameworks are Twitter Bootstrap and Foundation which are both equally good. Both these frameworks come with a wide range of user interface components that help define and style layout columns, forms, buttons and navigation.
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