Comments on Rolling Out Responsive

12 Reader Comments

Back to the Article
  1. Yes, the Microsoft website is beautiful to look at, but the source code is monstrous. Maintaining it must be a costly exercise that only a large corporation could afford.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  2. Nice.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  3. Thanks Karen McGrane -Nice article about layout,and responsive design.I am highly impressed with you.
    We highly recommend Nety Design group to anyone seeking development of a professional, unique, and visually appealing website.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  4. I’m thinking of ways to bring this approaching into this page http://www.walletsbagsforsale.com

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  5. Nice article. Responsive designs has been a need of the current websites and thus it is important to identify the system that supports this functionality. There are certain enterprise content management systems that efficiently supports this feature. WordPress is one of the simplest CMS that comes with extensive functionalities which can satisfy any complex needs. The effortless admin panel helps a developer to painlessly design a website of dreams. WP comes with number of themes and plugins that works well with any device. Using a framework is an additional benefit. Identify theme that suits best to the business category and customize it as per the requirements. Search for the compatible plugins to add amazing features and make the website more engaging. I believe Beans and Genesis are two of the most efficient frameworks available in WordPress that creates a great looking responsive websites.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  6. This was a very good blog on responsive considerations and many other valuable tips. Thank you!

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  7. We just embarked on a responsive website design project and your article provides a nice summary of tips and thoughts. Thank you!

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  8. Great article. We’ve encountered several of these issues in the past. If you absolutely HAVE to roll out in stages, I would recommend that you first consider the Search User Experience (SUX), which means prioritize content that you are leveraging to rank in search engines. That way you can score some SEO points for having a mobile version of your ranking content, and you can get closer to providing a seamless experience from search engines through to your website based on the user’s device.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  9. responsive website is very helpful for website promotion. i understand how to make responsive website and what is the disadvantage of website which is not responsive.

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  10. Nice information about responsive website which is compulsory for every good site owner for getting more traffic from all devices.
    http://www.dec.edu.in

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  11. Bootstrap is a good framework to make responsive website

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  12. great posting , great shared discution Ban Bridgestune

    Copy & paste the code below to embed this comment.
  13. Sorry, commenting is closed on this article.