I was coding a website for a client and I come to realize that it’ll probably be hard to see on a mobile device. so I’m interested in learning more about it if anyone would want to help me???
What you are looking for is media queries. Use the links below to start your journey.
Depending on your experience with CSS… if you’re a begineer in CSS use a framework I recommend BootStrap or Foundation.
This book will walk you through it step-by-step. It’s how I first started learning about the concept.
[A Book Apart - Responsive Web Design](http://www.abookapart.com/products/responsive-web-design “Responsive Web Design”)
Bootstrap might be a little robust for someone just starting in responsive design. Check using percentage widths, the correct meta view port tag, and media queries. And read! There is a TON of information just waiting to be utilized.
if you are going to start to build a responsive website then just try skeleton framework http://www.getskeleton.com, i think it’s suitable for anyone who is just the begginer. :)
I agree with devil36…. http://www.getskeleton.com is a good start
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