The concept of English responsive website design is that the design and development of the page should respond and adjust according to user behavior and device environment (system platform, screen size, screen orientation, etc.). The specific practice method is composed of many aspects, including the use of flexible grids and layouts, pictures, and CSS media query. Whether the user is using a laptop or iPad, our pages should be able to automatically switch resolution, image size, and related script functions to suit different devices; in other words, the page should be able to automatically respond to the user's device environment. Responsive web design is that a website can be compatible with multiple terminals-instead of making a specific version for each terminal. In this way, we do not have to do special version design and development for new devices that are coming constantly.
The advantages of the English responsive website are: it is flexible in the face of different resolution devices; it can quickly solve the problem of multi-device display adaptation. The shortcomings of responsive websites are: compatible with various devices, the workload is large, and the efficiency is low; the code is cumbersome, there will be hidden useless elements, and the loading time is longer.
So how to implement responsive layout?
For this problem, we can achieve it through Media Query in CSS3, that is, media query. Media queries allow CSS to act more accurately on different media types and different conditions of the same media. Most media characteristics of media queries accept min and max for expressing \"greater than or equal to\" and \"small and equal to\". For example, width will have min-width and max-width media queries, which can be used in the @media and @import rules in CSS, and can also be used in HTML and XML. Through this tag attribute, we can easily implement a rich interface under different devices, especially mobile devices, which will be more widely used.