Why and How To Make Your Web Design Responsive?

Why and How To Make Your Web Design Responsive?

Is your blog/website responsive yet? If not, you will possibly lose a lot of traffic from those who are using portable devices like smartphone, ipad, tablet…visiting your blog/websites.

Most of people are now using advanced technology to access internet while travelling or in some curtain circumstances and many of them can’t access laptop or desktop to visit your blog/website to share comments or read articles. They can still view your website but it will take times or loading in a messy way. Time is money and they can skip your sites to visit other ones. That is why you need to be well prepared for this source of traffic.

AZBlogTips is getting nearly 1,000 UV/month from those who use mobile devices to access not laptop or desktop even my blog is not yet responsive itself. However, I am still using WPTouch to convert my blog into mobile version for those who use portable devices. That needs to be responsive itself soon.

Web Design Responsive has been introduced for a while as a standard for any web design products that help all people to access your website easily and compatibly. That means, your website can be fit and compatible with all of browsers especially mobile devices. The technology of responsive web design is to inform your website/blog that it should provide the right version for curtain visitors with specific environment automatically without any support from third party plugins or tools.

As a non-tech blogger, you will be worried about how to make your site responsive but, it is not that difficult now when most of designers are now planning to integrate this technology into their design soon. The Resizable theme by Theme Junkie is a good example for a responsive web design for wordpress. Further, most of Genesis child themes are now responsive.

How to check whether your theme is responsive or not?
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It is very interesting that StudioPress has just designed a tool online that helps you test your site whether it is responsive or not. The tool will give your site several resolutions that fit different portable devices. If you see your site showing good on this tool, that means your site is responsive.

Check your site now here.

How to make your genesis child themes responsive?
This is only applied for child themes for genesis framework. If you are using child themes for genesis, you can download the Genesis Slider plugin and follow this guide to make your website responsive with ease. Thanks to StudioPress development team!

Good news to AZBlogTips as Alex from Kolakube has promised to make Marketer Delight 2.x and other skins responsive in next two weeks. This is my request and great to get his confirmation right away.

What do you think about this? Are your blogs responsive yet?