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Making Money Online | A Comprehensive Guide    Last Update: 02/09/2017

Making Money Online
A Comprehensive Guide

Last Update: 02/09/2017


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Adsense
Laptop Store
Acer Laptops
Apple Laptops
ASUS Laptops
HP Laptops
Samsung Laptops
Sony Laptops
Toshiba Laptops
Tablet Store
Apple Tablets
ASUS Tablets
HP Tablets
Samsung Tablets
Smart Phone Store
Apple Phones
HTC Phones
Motorolla Phones
Samsung Phones
Sony Phones
Smart Watch Store
Apple Watches
LG Watches
Motorolla Watches
Samsung Watches
Sony Watches
Smart TV Store
LG TV's
Samsung TV's
Sony TV's
Video Game Store

Responsive Design | Implementation Guide

If you are not concerned with learning an effective method to converting a desktop website layout to a fully responsive version that is formatted for viewing on all screen sizes, click here to skip ahead to the next section.

If you've decided to stick around, you are in luck! We will explore two (2) practical methods for making any website responsive. Either of the two is accepted in the industry of web development and design, with only one main difference. The first method is Bootstrap. The second method is more geared towards those who do not like to depend on frameworks and it entails the use of CSS and JavaScript to convert to responsiveness.

Bootstrap is a framework created by Twitter and should be used from the very beginning of the website building process. Bootstrap is free to download and implement. For more information on Twitter Bootstrap, click here.

The second method of responsive conversion, which we will be discussing in detail, allows for a web developer to fully construct an operational desktop version of a website via hand-code input and then, through the use of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and a scripting language like JavaScript, make each element, including elements that contain content display in different fashions simply depending on the current screen dimensions.

It is important to remember that the conversion of a website to be viewable on all screen sizes gets easier after every conversion because you will get a knack for how to structure the elements on the page, especially elements that contain multi-nested elements, elements within elements within elements, etc.
A helpful tip: view Knewgle's source code on a capable device to view the html structure of this website and notice the placement of div elements and their id's. The next section shows a very generic example of formatting website content for different screen sizes.

  1 - Hand-code vs. CMS
  2 - Third Party Blogging
  3 - Genres, Topics and Methods
  4 - Content Do's and Don'ts
  5 - Rich Text and Development
  6 - Responsive Conversion Methods
  7 - Responsive Conversion Example
  8 - Adsense Best Practices
  9 - Adsense Dimensions
  10 - Web Development Languages


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