An article published today by the Financial Review is a welcome sign for those in the industry looking for a fresh start.
But the article’s title also suggests it may not be the best fit for those seeking a quick, simple, affordable solution to their web design challenges.
This is quite a radical claim, given that most of the content in the article is in HTML, which is designed for websites that are either static or are not responsive to changes in the size of the browser window.
It also suggests that the same principles are valid for CSS as well, though not by a great stretch.
So what is the problem?
HTML is a static language that is designed to allow for easy interaction and rendering.
CSS, on the other hand, is a dynamic language designed to work in response to changes to the browser’s environment.
So the problem is not that HTML is not designed for responsive design, it is that it does not.
This article is the result of the design team working together to design the site using CSS, and we’ll be updating it over the next couple of weeks.
There’s also HTML5 and CSS3 to be explored, along with some of the many other aspects of HTML and CSS that will be covered in future articles.
In the meantime, we hope you’ll take a look at the article to learn more about responsive web designs, and get inspired to make your web design work for your business.