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    How i can create responsive website

    I want to create responsive website. So which platform should i go for it.

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    It all depends on what the website will be used for, what the features are, and how much you're willing to invest in it (financially and time-wise).


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    By asking generic questions and expecting one-size-fits-all answers. That's the only way to build a website nowadays. It ensures lack of thought, creativity, and originality. Originality is the Devil's tool and must be stricken from the Internet immediately.

    Oh yeah...you should also lie about where you're from. Don't tell anyone the truth that way. No one looks at IPs or anything. Airtel Broadband also does a wonderful job of masking your true location.
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    Dreamweaver. But don't use that Creative Cloud crap. go back to MX 2004. It has all the tools you need to build responsive amazingness.
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    Better yet, go to that new thing I heard about called Geocities. I hear they're all about responsive design since they're brand new!
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    HAHA! Oh my, I forgot all about Geocities ...

    I did find this website though:
    Remember the Hilarious Horror of Geocities with This Website


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    Thanks you friends .

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    Oh, no problem. Anything we can do to advance the cause of modern web design!
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    Try Dreamweaver for making any website static, dynamic or responsive. Its by far very good. Thanks

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    Lightbulb Responsive Web Design

    There are no certain rules that responsive website can be developed with some platform only. You can definitely go with Responsive Template and make changes as per your design, or you can go for building it from scratch using Dreamweaver or any other software that you are comfortable with.

    The key is you should be able to code responsive website yourself. Do not use bootstrap as its crap and I don't recommend that. But, with the correct use of media query and code, I think any platform you choose, you will end up getting an exceptional result for your website.
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