Why website be responsive

bangalorewebgurubangalorewebguru BangaloreRegistered Users

Responsive design alters to all browsers on all devices. The fluids, images, content and css media queries rearrange to required screen resolution.


  • WebOutGatewayWebOutGateway Pasig City, PhilippinesRegistered Users
    Responsive web design allows your visitors to see the same content on both desktop and mobile devices, therefore meeting users expectation and lessening bounce rate.

    For further explanation, please refer to the link below.
  • JosephJoseph Registered Users
    A responsive design simply means a website that has been constructed so that all of the content, images and structure of the site remains the same on any device. For example, when a user accesses a site on their desktop, they are getting the full view of the site. But when that same user goes to visit the site from their smartphone or tablet, the site will retract to fit on the smaller screen.

    Internet traffic originating from mobile devices is rising exponentially each day. As more and more people get used to browsing the web through their smartphones and tablets, it is foolhardy for any website publisher to ignore responsive web design. The “One Site Fits All Devices” approach soon will be the norm
  • KennyDuncanKennyDuncan Registered Users
    edited February 2015
    The most important need of any website these days is having responsive designs and this is so because it is quite necessary to make your site compatible with all the modern digital devices to remain ahead of your competition. If you are using WP then you will find http://getnulledscript.com/top-5-responsive-themes/ to be quite vital.
  • Devi10Devi10 Registered Users
    so that your website will be as same as in all devices. Moreover people are using tablets & mobile phones than computers due to technology development.
  • nasstechnologiesnasstechnologies NagpurRegistered Users
    Without Responsiveness you may not received contain from website..
  • Xe_GraphXe_Graph Registered Users
    how would you like to visit a website that takes a lot of time to load; and when it loads, everything seems to freeze or seems to take a lot of time to respond when you want to navigate to pages that you want? I'm pretty sure you'll either close the window or click the back button. If you are the owner of such site, that is bad, especially if what you have is a commercial site.
  • williamjohnwilliamjohn Los AngelesRegistered Users
    Responsive website adjust the site based on the screen size. It fit exactly to the screen
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