There has been alot of movement in “responsive HTML” over the last 2 years. Basically, responsive means that the page will morph as the screen gets smaller. It changes to use the available space …
Basically, responsive means that the page will morph as the screen gets smaller.
I was trying to design a page editor application that gave a non-programmer power to make responsive pages using as much WYSIWYG UI as possible.
Responsive HTML Templates work best when your layout/content scope is going to remain static. It sucks when your layout is changing all the time, like a public website or even an application of moderate-high complexity.
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