Questions tagged [responsive-webdesign]

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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Dynamic Serving via 'vary http': Is still valid? Why the industry prefer full responsive websites instead?

I have a client that asked me to develop a website using a dynamic serving technique, basically he uses the vary http header in order to serve different versions of the front-end discerning them based ...
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max-width and data-srcset: Chrome is loading the wider version on mobile

I've been trying to use responsive+lazyload images on my website, and I created the following piece of code: <center><picture> <source type="image/webp" media="(max-width:...
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Do we need to specifically support old browsers to be WCAG compliant or is following the robust principle enough?

I understand WCAG is technology agnostic, so it doesn't specify which browsers, devices, and operating systems that a website needs to be accessible on. However, our site isn't responsive on certain ...
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Designing a site with ads (adsense) for 4K monitors

I am in the planning stages of my new website. With the rise of 4K monitors I want to make my site appealing to people who use these larger resolutions. My site design is based on the responsive 12 ...
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Is max-height allowed on google responsive ads?

AdSense has a help page stating the acceptable modifications of ad code. AdSense Document One of the section speaks about specifying an expandable width and a fixed height. (The example given on the ...
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Old Mobile site redundant now main site is responsive

I have an old site which has a mobile.example.com, I finally got around to updating the main site to a responsive version that means the old mobile site is no longer needed. However I am not sure if ...
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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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How many impressions and clicks are needed to test “responsive search ads” and get significant results?

I want to start "responsive search ads" in Google AdWords but have a limited budget. I wonder how many impressions and clicks I need to get Significant results when testing it. Google help ...
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Google SEO crawl budget problem with a website of 2,400,000 URLs: should I keep on serving AMP files?

I manage a website with 200,000+ products, with 2,400,000 URLs: 600,000 URLs for non-AMP visitors in English (per product: 1 page of features, 1 page with photos, 1 page with opinions) 600,000 URLs ...
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What is the ideal URL format to use for images served at multiple sizes

I am building responsive image functionality for a site (written ASP.NET MVC, although that is almost irrelevant here). My question is not technical, but about the most semantic way to serve images at ...