How would you like to see a webpage shrunk into something unintelligible as you open it on your mobile device? Unprofessional, isn’t it? Well, RWD, the abbreviated form of Responsive Website Designing is such a strategic approach that makes the WebPages easily adaptable according to the devices. Be it a large monitor of PC or a small laptop, a Smartphone or a tablet – the RWD maintains one motto i.e. Content is like water; wherever you put it, it adapts to the shape of it. One of the major extensions of this approach is viewer proximity and for that, necessary attention is given to good content, catchy design and smooth performance.
With flexibility being the main approach, the perfect blend of images, media queries and grids make the RWD stand out with strong strategy, responsive design and development. With zero complexity, these websites can adapt to any screen size while giving you the liberty of writing, updating or publishing contents from everywhere. The best part of this design is it is not only time efficient but also cost effective.
The basic components of any website are Header, Company Logo, Navigation Menu, body, main content and sidebar contents, social links, copyright and footer. Keeping the grid fixed will shrink the page if you view it in smaller screens. The exceeding width within the viewport forces the viewer to scroll horizontally, which can be really irritating.
This problem is solved by using the 960px screen size of the viewport offered by Apple which makes the site zoom in and out automatically according to the size of the device. In order to zoom into some picture or link, all you have to do is to double tap on the screen.
Responsive web designing services also ensure flexibility in displaying the pictures or media. The fluid mix of images, videos, iframes and embeds with fixed width CSSs are created to make the website interactive. The very issue of over-stretching or over-shrinking of images and other media is solved with the max width (100%) property that prevents the image files to grow too tall. Moreover, an HTML