What is Responsive Design?

Building a responsive website is creating web pages that change their layout depending on the screen size.  The way one does this is “Responsive Design” or Responsive Web Fesign. Most modern web designers feel this is the only proper way to build a website. These types of websites work well in both mobile and desktop screen sized, and hopefully some tables and laptops. The other major mobile friendly design technique is to build a completely different website for the Smartphone, then use JavaScript code to detect the user’s computer screen size, and re-direct mobile users to the mobile site.

What is the difference between and “App” and a mobile Website.

A Simple mobile website can be built for a few hundred dollars. Mobile “Apps” that are downloaded through ITunes and Google Play start around $5,000 for a very simple system. The mobile Website looks like an IPhone or Android App, but are built as HTML Pages. Basically, you have 2 sites. One for desktop and one for mobile. “Sniffer” technology can detect if a person is viewer your website on a smartphone or computer, and delivers the appropriate version of the website.

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