A development framework can assist tremendously when upgrading to a responsive website. One of the most robust responsive web frameworks is Zurb Foundation. This post dives into using Foundation when converting a non-responsive website into a responsive website. At the time of writing the latest version of Foundation was 6.3 according to the Foundation Documentation.
Last week I introduced the basics of Getting Started with Responsive Web Design. That post introduced 4 practical starting points when upgrading a website to become more mobile friendly. This post dives deeper into the debugging process.
An increasing number of people are using a mobile phone to access the web. A lot of websites were built on the assumption that most visitors used a computer and unfortunately do not serve mobile visitors well. This leads to less impact, less conversions, and less attention.
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One way to better serve a mobile audience is to upgrade your website using Responsive Web Design. This post will cover the basics of making a website more mobile friendly with Responsive Web Design.