Responsive website design is a technique to website design that makes web pages load smoothly on various screen resolutions and browser window or device sizes. Recent work has considered the user’s proximity as a part of the virtual viewing context to be a good extension for RWD (Responsive Web Design).
Web page loads quickly when the browser window has a good viewport which includes the entire width and height of the screen. If any elements on the page cause it to expand beyond the viewport, the web page will take longer to load. As the browser window gets larger, the browser will use a ‘jittery’ method to make sure that it can handle all the elements on the screen at the same time.
In order to make sure that the browser window expands to fill all the available space, the browser will have to wait until the contents of the page begin to fill up the browser window. However, this is a long waiting process which is uncomfortable for the user as well as slow to load. A user may also experience lag while navigating the web page as it looks for the content to fill the browser window.
Responsive website design allows you to fill the browser window with the contents of the web page and make it look more visually appealing and enjoyable to the users. This allows them to enjoy the content even before they start reading it. Since your web page’s contents are loaded into the browser when the browser window is full, the entire browser window can be used by the page’s content. Thus, it makes it easier for the user to scroll through the pages.
A responsive website design allows you to use smaller images to display the content on your web site. This allows the page to load faster because less data and code are required. Instead of loading the entire images on each page, you can use a single image for the entire site’s layout.
Using smaller, lighter images, allows your website to load faster while not increasing the amount of data required to display the site. When there is only one image, there is much less data to load, therefore minimizing the total amount of time it takes for a visitor to view your web site.
Another advantage of using a responsive web site design is that it allows you to customize the size and style of your text and other elements on your web site. In fact, you can change the size, type, color and style of everything on your web site by simply editing the HTML code.
You can use the same HTML code to change elements on each page of your web site’s layout, which means that you can create an entirely new layout for each page. This is useful when you want to update the look of the site in a way that helps people find what they’re looking for. Also, you can create an entirely new layout by adding new content to the page and placing it in a new position on each page.
This allows you to create an online site for people on different screen resolutions. For example, if your target audience has a phone, tablet or laptop-based computer, you may want to create a site that looks best on their computer screen. By using a responsive web design approach, you can create a design that will be easy to read on these small screens and provide them with an interface that makes their browsing experience enjoyable.
Finally, responsive website design allows your visitors to browse your site without any problems with compatibility issues. Therefore, the information that they want to see will be displayed properly.