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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 by Ben Frain

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Summary

In this chapter, we've learned what CSS3 media queries are, how to include them in our CSS files, and how they can help our quest to create a responsive web design. We've also learned how to make modern mobile browsers render our pages in the same manner as their desktop counterparts and touched upon the need to consider a "content first" policy when structuring our markup. We've also learned the data economies that can be made when we use images in our design in the most economical way.

However, we've also learned that media queries can only provide an adaptable web design, not a truly responsive one. Media queries are an essential component in a responsive design but a fluid layout that allows our design to flex between the break points ...

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