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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Jodi Reed tagged mobile

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I remember the time when our biggest worry was about making stuff work in IE6. And sometimes I think that it was far easier then. Now we have not only to worry about IE crazy stuff (though now it's much better) but also with a lot of new browsers /OS combinations and also a lot of screen sizes. We can't deny the power of mobile design. Actually, research shows that in a few years mobile will overtake desktop browsing. But also, you can't live in the future and need results now. Like, right now. Here we'll see a few ways to take your current site and turn it into a mobile friendly one, with little effort. We'll see CSS basics, HTML optimization, WordPress and jQuery plugins and other cool stuff you should be aware of. So, let's rock! What is this responsive thing, and why should I care?

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