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When Responsive Design Goes Wrong (and How to Fix it)

Most websites using responsive design are using it incorrectly, which leads to problems.  The general approach to responsive design is a lazy one, and if you take that approach, some of your responsive sites will work absolutely flawlessly, and many of them won’t.  For those that do work perfectly, it will probably come down to... READ MORE The post When Responsive Design Goes Wrong (and How to Fix it) appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
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