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    Difference between Responsive and adaptive web design

    What is the difference between Responsive and adaptive web design?
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    RWD use flexible images, flexible videos that adapts to the viewing device and environment. AWD focuses on design not browser. AWD adapts to detected device along with CSS and javascript.

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    Responsive Web Design provides the optimal viewing experience of a website, no matter what type of device the user is seeing it on. However, In Adaptive Web Design there are several distinct layouts for multiple screen sizes, and the layout used depends on the screen size used.
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    Responsive design is fluid, using CSS3 media queries to respond to any screen sizes. With the use of this CSS3 module, you can create a flexible grid where text can wrap and images can shrink to adjust along with your browser. For designers, this is similar to adjusting a text box in Photoshop and having the copy adjust to fill the height and width of the box.

    Adaptive design uses a series of static layouts based on breakpoints. For example, you may design a webpage at three different sizes: 320 for mobile phones, 760 pixels for tablets, and 960 for desktop browsers. Unlike responsive (where the design responds while you adjust a browser window), adaptive files don’t respond once they are loaded. It detects the device and calls up the properly sized layout to view.

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    Responsive web design which is easy customization and adjust along with your browser.

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    Responsive Web Design : True responsive design is fluid, using CSS3 media queries to respond to any screen sizes. With the use of this CSS3 module, you can create a flexible grid where text can wrap and images can shrink to adjust along with your browser. For designers, this is similar to adjusting a text box in Photoshop and having the copy adjust to fill the height and width of the box.

    Adaptive Web Design : Adaptive design uses a series of static layouts based on breakpoints. For example, you may design a webpage at three different sizes: 320 for mobile phones, 760 pixels for tablets, and 960 for desktop browsers. Unlike responsive (where the design responds while you adjust a browser window), adaptive files don’t respond once they are loaded. It detects the device and calls up the properly sized layout to view.

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    Hi friends,

    Thanks for expressing different between responsive and adaptive website.

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    Responsive website use all smarts phone

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    responsive web design and adaptive web design are almost same because both are used in different resolutions.

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    This is a nice post about webdesign we are also in that field.
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    Adaptive design uses a series of static layouts based on breakpoints. For example, you may design a webpage at three different sizes: 320 for mobile phones, 760 pixels for tablets, and 960 for desktop browsers.
    True responsive design is fluid, using CSS3 media queries to respond to any screen sizes. With the use of this CSS3 module, you can create a flexible grid where text can wrap and images can shrink to adjust along with your browser.

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    Responsive website is best for user experience as it easily downloaded on mobile phones, tabs, and other small/medium/and large screen gadgets.

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