The use of responsive web design permits a site to adapt to a device’s screen size (Exhibit 3.4). It adjusts the style and formatting of the web pages to suit different screen sizes, such that the pages display well on different devices such as mobile phones, iPads and laptops.
Responsive design uses the same web page across devices, i.e., the URL, page content and the HTML code is the same. The CSS (style sheet language) code formats the webpage to adapt to the screen’s size.
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