A Responsive Webdesign Guide

As smartphone and tablet adoption rapidly increases, so does the importance of mobile-friendly websites.

If SEO is a core component of your digital marketing strategy, having a mobile–friendly website is becoming essential.

Since 67 percent of users claim they are more likely to purchase from a mobile-friendly website, companies that rely on SEO are wise to begin making the transition to mobile-friendly websites, and responsive web design specifically.

Today i will tell you the media screen size where you can focus to do responsive website design
Mainly 4 Type of media screen use for any website responsive.

  1. @MEDIA MAX-WIDTH:320px
  2. @MEDIA MAX-WIDTH:480px
  3. @MEDIA MAX-WIDTH:767px
  4. @MEDIA MAX-WIDTH:980px

so these are the screen size.

Many times designer find amazing situation, when see the fully responsive website in mobile it open like desktop version. this type of problem come many times mobile not respond your responsive design site so in this situation you have to put just one code in theme header.php file

thats it now your website response on mobile also.

Why Mobile Responsive Design

ah well this question always come in mind but mobile responsive design very necessary for every site the reasons below.

Google Recommended

Google prefers responsive web design because content that lives on one website and one URL is much easier for users to share, interact with, and link to than content that lives on a separate mobile site.

Take for example a mobile user who shares content from a mobile site with a friend on Facebook who then accesses that content using a desktop, which results in that user viewing a stripped down mobile site on their desktop. This creates a less than optimal user-experience, and because of the large emphasis Google is now placing on user-experience as a ranking factor, this is essential to take into account with regards to SEO.

One Website, Many Devices

One of the most appealing aspects of responsive web design is that a responsive website can provide a great user-experience across many devices and screen sizes. This is an important characteristic, since it is impossible to anticipate all the devices and screen sizes searchers will use to access your site. A site that works well regardless of these variables will provide a better and more consistent user-experience than a separate mobile site that is designed for a specific device and screen size.

“A Responsive Webdesign Guide”