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There seems to be some confusion about what adaptive and responsive web designs mean, so here’s an article on the subject to make it clear. While similar in their goal, these two methods are different. Read More

Responsive web template

April 25 2012  |  Category: Responsive web templates

Responsive website templates are well-suited for those developers who envision themselves having both fluid-width and adaptive website that caters for any possible screen resolution.

These gorgeous, modern templates are based on flexible designs that adjust to different types of screen resolutions. This means that every single responsive template available on our website will be adaptable to any device people use to enter the website that is based on this template. Technically we achieve this with the help of CSS3 media queries, so it’s all good for most of the browsers and devices you may use to access the website. You may even see how template layout switches by playing with the browser window width – adjust it while viewing any demo to see how the layout changes. However, to our readers who love old junk browsers – or should we politely call these browsers ‘vintage’ – we must say that the the dynamic screen size adjuster won’t work in the old versions of Internet Explorer. We assume that people browsing websites based on these templates will be browsing mobile web with Safari, Firefox, or Opera Mini and other mobile browsers which have no problems with CSS3.

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