Responsive Web design is the methodology that suggests that website design and development should respond to the behavior of its user and environment depending on platform, screen size, and orientation.
This practice comprises of a mix of images, flexible grids and layouts, and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. When a user switches from his laptop to iPad, the site should also automatically switch to accommodate for new device’s resolution, image size and scripting abilities. The website should not restrict or block the user’s access to the page. The website should be able to automatically respond to the user’s preferences as this would eliminate the need for different design and development phase of each new gadget on the market.
Adjusting The Screen Resolution
As there are more devices coming in varying definitions, screen resolutions, and orientations, the website design also has to be unique for every one of them. New devices having new screen sizes are being developed, and each of these devices should be able to handle variations in functionality, size, and even color. Some are in portrait, others in landscape others even completely square. As we all know from the rising popularity of the iPad, iPhone, and advanced smartphones, new devices are able to switch from portrait to landscape at the user’s notion.
More than just designing for both landscape and portrait, it is important to consider the hundreds of different screen sizes. It is possible to design for each of them, combine them into major categories, and make each design as flexible as required. However that can be overwhelming. Besides, many users don’t maximize their browsers that it leaves far too much room for variety in screen sizes.
Few years back, flexible layouts were almost an “extravagance” for websites, there was something flexible in a design and that was the layout columns and the text. Images could break layouts, and even flexible elements broke a layout’s form. Flexible designs were not really that flexible; but they could give or take a few hundred pixels, and they often could not adjust from a large computer screen to a netbook.
Now with responsive web design it is possible to make things more flexible. The images can be automatically adjusted. The layouts never break although they may be squished and illegible in the process. Though it’s not a complete fix, this gives us far more options. Switching from portrait orientation to landscape in an instant.
In every type of website design service for example, ecommerce website design services, one major problem that needs to be solved is working with images in order to view the images of the products. There are few techniques to resize images, and many are easily done. The best popular option on fluid images is to use CSS’s max-width for an easy fix.
No other width-based image styles can override this rule, unless the viewing area becomes narrower as that of the image’s original width. The maximum width of image is adjusted to 100% of the screen width or browser width, so when that 100% gets narrower, so does the image.
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