Responsive DesignReady Content

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Simple. A responsive design is a set of seperate but related designs for a single website to be activated at different screen sizes. For instance, say you have a lovely, yet large, image slideshow smack dab in the middle of your homepage and underneath you have a few well-placed boxes of content. This design may look perfect on a desktop or laptop computer, but when you open it up on your smartphone, the page just looks too darn small!
Our specially designed templates will recognize the screen size and reposition or resize the elements on the screen accordingly, so every visitor gets the best and clearest experience, regardless of how they're viewing your site. It works when you resize your browser's window too! And the best part is that you don't have to lift a finger, we've got you covered. Check out the examples below or resize this page!
  • Full
    Screen

    Ideal for:
    Desktops, Laptops, TVs

  • Medium Screen

    Ideal for:
    iPad, Surface, Kindle Fire, Other Tablets

  • Small Screen

    Ideal for:
    iPhone, Android, iPod, Other Smartphones

 
 
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Jean Pierre
Jean Pierre

Hello Tomasz. Thank you so much for the opportunity you have given us to work with you. We love the new website and we'll definitely stick around to see what other wonderful things will come out of this. Keep up the great job.

Frequent Questions

Do you build Facebook pages?

Quick answer is no, however we do offer Facebook page tab content.  If you are not familiar with what this means, you should read through our Facebook Part 1 and Facebook Part 2 articles.  The first article explains how to creat a facebook page, the second helps you set up a page tab that would be driven via Find Your Net network.  All steps are well demonstrated.


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