December 18, 2011

The Complete Guide to Responsive Web Design for WordPress Theme Designers

Responsive web design really took off in 2011 and I can see it becoming the standard by the end of 2012 – there really is no reason not to include it in your planning and build of new web sites these days. I have previously looked at free…

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