This guide is intended for designers that are venturing into responsive web design for the very first time. We cover those key areas of RWD (responsive web design) you should consider learning when building your first mobile-friendly website.
Responsive design has now become a standard part of a web designer's toolkit. It has been around long enough that you may have trouble remembering the last time you didn't include at least some level of responsiveness in a project.
We’ve curated a collection of the most unique, yet highly usable, menu code snippets that offer a quick solution to the many responsive navigation issues you will no doubt encounter.
By the end of these quick tutorials, you will be well on your way to understanding and having the skills to implement media queries on your own site, and finally have a responsive website.
This detailed WordPress tutorial will show you how to convert a static HTML web template into a fully functional WordPress theme.
Breakpoints are an important aspect of Responsive Web Design, as they're the CSS declarations that allow for different layouts to appear at various screen sizes.