Thanks for this article. Have you already tested the Google Analytics tools to get stats on mobile? If yes how is it?Nice article to read if you couldn't do a Responsive design:
Thanks for this article. Have you already tested the Google Analytics tools to get stats on mobile? If yes how is it?
If retina-ready means using svg, this is still a big asset to reduce image size and improve loading time (see what DigitalPoint did).
It's totally true, but we can imagine a script like XenForo to use fallback.Too many thing to worry whhen you use svg,
IE7/8, Mobile browsers, Opera Mini, Opera Mobile, Nokia devices, Blackberry, don't support it yet.
Only Android, Blackberry 10 & iOS seem to work fine.
IE7/8 is still very popular on my site visitors, it's
There is no excuse to be using IE8
I think you've been smoking too much of something. Retina ready, I agree... I honestly don't see a great deal about it because screen display hasn't caught up. A few enthusiasts may hype it, but the web design community isn't overall. Factor it, yes. Implement it as a priority, no.I think responsive design is over-hyped just like trying to make sites retina-ready.
My whole reason for implementing responsive design was simply to make it easier to browse my site from my smart phone.Oh joy, responsive design has become the new SEO hype and trend.
Responsive design should be about your visitors, and not about your ranking in a search engine. If you're focusing on search engines when building your responsive website, you're doing it completely wrong.
Which is its main use.My whole reason for implementing responsive design was simply to make it easier to browse my site from my smart phone.
No, it hasn't:There is no excuse to be using IE8
IE9 has been out on Windows XP for years.
oops!No, it hasn't:
IE 8 was the last browser made available for Windows XP users.