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    Question Responsive Layout Problem

    Hi, I am Kedar Hadke, i have make my website URL"www.kedarhadke.com", i want to make it responsive website, my layout is changing as the desktop size changes , do u have any suggestion or code regarding this problem.

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    I love these questions ...

    but your answer will be dependant on a few things...

    ' what is your definition of "responsive"... What is your CSS skill level ?

    the term "responsive design" is actually a subjective term, meaning you ask 3 designers what they think responsive design is, and more than likely, you're going to get 3 complety different answers... Because the term has been so bastardized most people that use it... Have no clue what it means.

    please explain "exactly" what you are trying to accomplish.

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    Please have a clear definition of "RESPONSIVE LAYOUT" before getting into it kedar. Good luck.

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    Unfortunately, I don't think you will be having very much success with a one-page theme as you have right now. It'll be hard to get the styling and the individual pages to scale just right. I use media queries as well to build responsive websites and some css changes like max-width:960px; width:100%; etc for some of the css properties.
    I would probably start with the twitter bootstrap or the jquery responsive mobile toolkit and start over with a traditional multi-page layout....


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