July 28, 2012

Adopting A Responsive WordPress Theme Is More Than Install-And-Go

As iOS, Android, and Windows 8 take the Web to smaller screens, designers are adopting techniques to make their websites usable on handheld devices. Responsive Web designs present different formatting and layout to suit the device on which their pages are displayed…

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