Responsive website layout

Responsive website layout

Responsive website layout in HTML and CSS. The cost of mobile and rubber layout
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Printed 2006-06-20

Responsive layout of the site (responsive layout) has several key advantages:

  • Unlike a separate mobile version of the site, it does not require content and support; 
  • Allows you to display content on all devices on any screen resolutions; 
  • Keeps the size of fonts, buttons and other interface elements convenient even on mobile phones; 
  • Provides Yandex and Google tests "mobite friendly" and helps promote the site. 

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Tape blocks

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As the screen size decreases, the content begins to occupy more vertical space, and that's it, which is lower, is shifted down. It turns out a "tape of blocks", going from top to bottom one after another. 

Compressing objects

Responsive layout: compressing objects

A site can be opened on a mobile phone, desktop computer or on something else. Pixel density can also vary, so adaptive layout uses flexible modules that adapt to any size. Thus, if a block occupies 50% on a screen, then it will always occupy half the screen, regardless of the type of device and monitor size (unlike a static layout, in which large blocks would form with a decrease in screen size). 

More about responsive layout

After completing website design , you always need to turn this design into a working one Interactive template that can be posted on the Internet. To do this, the created site layout in PSD is cut into individual elements, which are connected to the site template using HTML code. This whole process is called HTML layout and is very important, I will explain why. 

The design process determines the visual appearance of the site, its style and image. But often (especially when the website design is given to freelancers), there are problems with this design at the layout stage. Sometimes the customer doesn't even see them at once: in one browser the button doesn't work, or the font is poorly read, or blocks are moving around on the mobile phone. But together, these details can destroy even the most thoughtful design, and even if the designer himself did not take care of the convenience of HTML + CSS layout of his layout, we can assume that the money spent on the design wasted. 

It is very important that between the designer and the layout designer (frontend-developer) there is a reliable and tight connection. After all, they solve the same global problem - they make the site beautiful and user-friendly. Therefore, we try to take mainly projects not by design separately, but together with the adaptive layout of the site. 


Responsive website layout

In 2015, Google introduced ranking rules that lower sites in search results that are not responsive. Therefore, even if your site has little traffic from mobile devices (which is strange - in most businesses this share has already exceeded 20%), sooner or later you still have to make mobile site layouts. 

The difference between the rubber layout and the adaptive

The adaptive layout of the site (responsive layout) has several key advantages:

  • Unlike a separate mobile version of the site, it does not require content and support; 
  • Allows you to display content on all devices at any screen resolution; 
  • Saves dimensions fonts, buttons and other elements of the interface are convenient even on mobile phones; 
  • Provides the passage of tests Yandex and Google "mobite friendly" and helps promote the site. 

DOWNLOAD CHECK LIST FOR MATERIAL DESIGN

->

Tape blocks

Responsive layout: block tape

As the screen size decreases, the content begins to occupy more vertical space, and that's it, which is lower, is shifted down. It turns out a "tape of blocks", going from top to bottom one after another. 

Compressing objects

Responsive layout: compressing objects

A site can be opened on a mobile phone, desktop computer or on something else. Pixel density can also vary, so adaptive layout uses flexible modules that adapt to any size. Thus, if a block occupies 50% on a screen, then it will always occupy half the screen, regardless of the type of device and monitor size (unlike a static layout, in which large blocks would form with a decrease in screen size). 

More about responsive layout

After completing website design , you always need to turn this design into a working one Interactive template that can be posted on the Internet. To do this, the created site layout in PSD is cut into individual elements, which are connected to the site template using HTML code. This whole process is called HTML layout and is very important, I will explain why. 

The design process determines the visual appearance of the site, its style and image. But often (especially when the website design is given to freelancers), there are problems with this design at the layout stage. Sometimes the customer doesn't even see them at once: in one browser the button doesn't work, or the font is poorly read, or blocks are moving around on the mobile phone. But together, these details can destroy even the most thoughtful design, and even if the designer himself did not take care of the convenience of HTML + CSS layout of his layout, we can assume that the money spent on the design wasted. 

It is very important that between the designer and the layout designer (frontend-developer) there is a reliable and tight connection. After all, they solve the same global problem - they make the site beautiful and user-friendly. Therefore, we try to take mainly projects not by design separately, but together with the adaptive layout of the site. 


Responsive website layout

In 2015, Google introduced ranking rules that lower sites in search results that are not responsive. Therefore, even if your site has little traffic from mobile devices (which is strange - in most businesses this share has already exceeded 20%), sooner or later you still have to make mobile site layouts. 

The difference between rubber and adaptive layout



Responsive layout of the site (responsive layout) has several key advantages:

  • Unlike a separate mobile version of the site, it does not require content and support; 
  • Allows you to display content on all devices at any screen resolution; 
  • Keeps font sizes, buttons and other interface elements convenient even on mobile phones; 
  • Provides Yandex and Google tests "mobite friendly" and helps promote the site. 

DOWNLOAD CHECK LIST FOR MATERIAL DESIGN

->

Tape blocks

< div> Responsive layout: block tape



As the screen gets smaller, the content starts to take up more than vertical space, and everything below moves down. It turns out a "tape of blocks", going from top to bottom one after another. 

Compressing objects

Responsive layout: compressing objects

The site can be opened on a mobile phone, desktop computer or on something else. Pixel density can also vary, so adaptive layout uses flexible modules that adapt to any size. Thus, if a block occupies 50% on a screen, then it will always occupy half the screen, regardless of the type of device and monitor size (unlike a static layout, in which large blocks would form with a decrease in screen size). 

More about responsive layout

After completing website design , you always need to turn this design into a working one Interactive template that can be posted on the Internet. To do this, the created site layout in PSD is cut into individual elements, which are connected to the site template using HTML code. This whole process is called HTML layout and is very important, I will explain why. 

The design process determines the visual appearance of the site, its style and image. But often (especially when the website design is given to freelancers), there are problems with this design at the layout stage. Sometimes the customer doesn't even see them at once: in one browser the button doesn't work, or the font is poorly read, or blocks are moving around on the mobile phone. But together, these details can destroy even the most thoughtful design, and even if the designer himself did not take care of the convenience of HTML + CSS layout of his layout, we can assume that the money spent on the design wasted. 

It is very important that between the designer and the layout designer (frontend-developer) there is a reliable and tight connection. After all, they solve the same global problem - they make the site beautiful and user-friendly. Therefore, we try to take mainly projects not by design separately, but together with the adaptive layout of the site. 


Responsive website layout

In 2015, Google introduced ranking rules that lower sites in search results that are not responsive. Therefore, even if your site has little traffic from mobile devices (which is strange - in most businesses this share has already exceeded 20%), sooner or later you still have to make mobile site layouts. 

The difference between rubber and adaptive layout


Often our Customers confuse the rubber layout of the site with adaptive. It is important to understand the difference between them: with adaptive layout, site blocks are rebuilt on the screens of tablets and mobile phones without font and graphic compression, leaving texts and pictures readable. And with a rubber layout, website elements fill the entire browser space in width when the website is open on a large monitor. 

Often our customers confuse the rubber layout of a site with adaptive. It is important to understand the difference between them: with adaptive layout, site blocks are rebuilt on the screens of tablets and mobile phones without font and graphic compression, leaving texts and pictures readable. And with a rubber layout, website elements fill the entire browser space in width when the website is open on a large monitor. 

Often our customers confuse the rubber layout of a site with adaptive. It is important to understand the difference between them: with adaptive layout, site blocks are rebuilt on the screens of tablets and mobile phones without font and graphic compression, leaving texts and pictures readable. And with a rubber layout, website elements fill the entire browser space in width when the website is open on a large monitor. 


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