Mobile Web Design that is responsive to the increasing number of screen sizes for phones and tablets use fluid grid designs with CSS3 @media queries to adjust the website content for a screen or monitor width. Setting up your content to provide a clickable phone number when a site is visited from a phone is a great example of using an optimized mobile website.
Throughout our history we have always tried to stay ahead of the curve and we now only create responsive websites, and mobile applications for clients unless they specifically request otherwise. We can typically host the mobile websites on either our client’s choice of hosting provider or we can consult with them to pick the hosting servers that best fit their needs. If you need assistance, please contact us by email or call 904.802.1211.
Mobile website development and application design is the future of the internet. IPads, tablets, iphones and android phones are rapidly increasing in traffic share. Every modern website must be capable of taking advantage of the traffic generated by tablets and phones. Responsive design as a web applications backbone makes this easy.
Websites for Jacksonville businesses wanting the best marketing on the internet should include the new technology to automatically respond to the user’s phone or tablet monitor size. While some of our competitors complete seperate sites for each phone, tablet or monitor on the market, it is now nearly impossible to keep up with every individual screen size today, and the numbers are only increasing as time goes on.
How do we make responsive mobile websites?
Honestly, responsive web design is easy once the initial backbone is configured. Thousands of resources and free tutorials are scattered across the internet to teach mobile web design. The first thing to study would be @media rules and CSS width settings. Using max-width, min-width and % based width settings combined with float settings, the grid web design can stack, show, or hide content depending on the screen size presenting the content.
Consider an element with the following styles applied:
<div style=“width: 50%; min-width: 240px; float: left; padding: 10px;”> CONTENT</div>
The div will automatically respond to a screen size. The div will not get smaller than 240px wide and will never be more than 50% of the container. Float settings and padding can be changed to suit.
New media features, such as min-width, max-width, device-width, orientation, color and more are part of CSS3. As new mobile and tablet devices enter the scene they will be supporting the new CSS3 media features. The media query targets devices and is ignored if a device does not support CSS3.
Jacksonville Mobile Website Designers
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