Responsive web design (RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors).

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AdSense responsive format resizable on the fly

The AdSense responsive format sizes the advertising only on load. If the user resizes the window (from large to small), the advertising is not resized (even with media queries) and keeps its initiale ...
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@Viewport @media use for input type?

I've searched high and low for some way to setup my HTML5/CSS3 for various devices. Going by screen resolution isn't the best route because some times the screen size of one device is the same as ...
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Google mobile friendly test is reporting “resources not loading”

The google mobile friendly test conveniently shows resources that could not be loaded...but it says nothing regarding how to go about fixing them. I know this may be a broad question, but I'm just ...
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Choose to enter “Old Site” or “New Site” upon arrival

I am looking for the best way to have run two websites versions side-by-side. The original "Old Site" and the updated "New Site". When arriving on a page the user should get an option of either ...
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Best practice with visual responsive html restructuration

I have to follow a sketch of the main webpage of a website I'm building. The main page is essentially blocks rendered as rows, but one row is divided in 4 blocks that are not of the same height (so I ...
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Forcing all images to be rendered before adsense ads load

I have a problem. On my mobile pages where each page consist of a large picture, I have it set with CSS so that the image fits the entire available width of the screen. I want to avoid using fixed ...
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If I used CSS to size an image, would google understand the new size?

Say I have this html code (replace x and y with actual numbers): <html> <head> <style> IMG {width: 100%;height: auto; max-width:xpx; max-height:ypx;} </style> &...