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So, this is a quick video to explain what the term 'Responsive Web Design' means for
you and the website we build for you.
The word 'responsive' simply means that your website will respond automatically to the
device your website visitors are using to view your website. These devices include PC's
and Macs with full size screens, and mobile devices such as the iPad, Samsung Galaxy,
and mobile phones such as the iPhone.
Specifically with mobile devices, your website will respond to whether these devices are
being held in portrait or landscape orientation.
If you're using a tablet or mobile to view this webpage, simply change the orientation
of your screen by 90 degrees to see the difference.
If you're viewing this webpage on http://www.mangopublic.com with a mobile phone or tablet, then you are
already seeing the webpage optimised for your screen size.
If you're viewing this page on a desktop PC or Mac, then a quick way to show you how your
website will change depending on the size of screen your website visitor is using is
I'll move my mouse cursor to the right hand edge of my web browser, click, then slowly
drag the handle to the left to reduce the size of the window.
As you can see, the webpage re-formats automatically depending on the size of the screen. This
is exactly what happens when your website visitors view your responsive website on a
tablet or mobile.
You don't need to do anything at all - your website determines the size of the screen,
and the content is reformatted automatically for you so that it displays well on all devices.
So, that's Responsive Web Design in a nutshell. If you have any other questions, just let