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Making a website mobile-friendly

Typically when we think of a website being "mobile-friendly", we think responsive design, which involves adding "breakpoints" or layout versions for given widths into the site – essentially changing the layout of the site once the device is detected to be a certain size. Layout elements also use percents instead of fixed widths and heights to conform to the size of any screen.

To make a website mobile-friendly it is usually more effective to "start over" and choose a responsive design template, and then build customizations on top of that to re-integrate the look and feel of your site. To refactor an existing site to make it responsive would typically take more time and be more costly.

Our responsive themes can be seen here:
http://www.ekklesia360.com/e360-themes/


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