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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Essentials by Asoj Talesra, Gaurav Gupta, Alex Libby

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Summary

The philosophy that is RWD opens up lots of opportunities for us as designers. With the advent of mobile and other internet-capable devices, it is important to not only make the switch, but also understand how to get it right. We've covered a number of useful topics around RWD, so let's take a moment to reflect on what you've learned in this chapter.

We kicked off with a gentle introduction to RWD, before exploring the basic principles behind making our sites responsive and understanding some of the key elements that make up RWD.

We then moved on to explore the importance of RWD as a set of guiding principles we can follow; we explored how this compares to adaptive design, and that while responsive design can be harder to implement, it is ...

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