We use different type of gadgets and devices to access Internet these days and the biggest problem faced by most of the developers is the adjustment of the website according to the screen size of the device.
The website owners therefore want their websites to have an optimal viewing experience, so that there is minimum scrolling and as far as its rendering is concerned, text and images are visible without straining our eyes. In technical language, we call it a responsive website.
How to Make a Responsive Website?
In order to make a responsive website, where the text and image size is adjusted according to the screen size of the device, many techniques are used by the developers. One such technique is to register a different domain name such as m.responsivewebsite.com or responsivewebsite.com/mobile etc. But the problem here is that search engines take it as a different website and you have to do renewed efforts for its optimization and promotion, and if you use the same content in both the website interfaces, it would be taken as duplicate content by the search engines.
Common Practices Developers Use to Create Responsive Websites
The other way round is to use CSS style sheets to create a separate and responsive version of the website. Media queries are used to detect the screen size of the device and an appropriate rendering style is loaded to match the screen size by the CSS used. But, the underlying problem here is that the old browsers such as IE6 don’t support the latest CSS versions. But with people using newer versions of browsers, this practice is slowly become widespread.
Why Twitter Bootstrap?
Apart from that it has few other advantages as well that make it a popular CSS framework for PSD to HTML conversion. Some of these advantages are as follows:
A. Bootstrap assists you in writing the style sheet to create a responsive HTML website
B. Bootstrap version 2.0 is designed to support responsive websites
C. Bootstrap can be used to develop all types of sites along with different types of CMS including the most popular ones such as Joomla, WordPress and Drupal etc.
D. Bootstrap is supported by all the popular browsers
E. Bootstrap has a cross border compatible code
Why Should We Hire Companies for PSD to Bootstrap Services?
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