Introduction to Responsive Web Design: Pseudo-Elements, Media Queries, and More

Responsive Web Design

Nowadays, your website will be visited by a wide variety of devices: desktops with large monitors, mid-sized laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more. To achieve an optimal user experience as a front-end engineer, your site should adjust its layout in response to these varied devices (i.e., to their varied screen resolutions and dimensions). The process of responding to the form of the user’s device is referred to as (you guessed it) responsive web design (RWD). Why is it worth your time to study responsive web design examples and shift your focus to RWD? Some web designers, for example,…

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