Nowadays exists a lot of different devices capable of internet browsing, giving us access to web content. Smartphones, Tablets, TVs…. all of them with connectivity but with completely different screen sizes.
This implies a problem… how to show the web content and make it readable and usable in each device.
The responsive web design, allows the redistribution of the content of a page depending on the screen or window size where the user is browsing. To define this behavior, there are frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation that help developers to assign to each content block the portion of screen that must take up in every single resolution.
In the website “Media Queries”, you can study lots of samples of how designers use this technique to let web pages be correct shown, no matter the screen you are looking at.
Google announced this year that from April 21st, the sites that wasn’t optimized for mobile phones, would have low score in their search rankings. To learn if your website is prepared for mobile browsing, Google published an online test to check it, in addition to a guide to inform you how to improve the visualization on mobile phones.
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