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Responsive web design (RWD)
an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices
... to use a responsive style sheet
a way to create a responsive design, is ...
Similar to spreadsheets in that the use columns, rows, and cells, but you can create many different types of layouts that, in the end, don't look like a spreadsheet at all.
a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution
.. related concepts that predate RWD
the property that enables a system to continue operating properly in the event of the failure of (or one or more faults within) some of its components
Mobile device detection
a process of identifying the type of mobile device or other device visiting a web site or other service.
software that is acting on behalf of a user.
a set of techniques used in websites and web applications in order to determine the web browser a visitor is using, and to serve browser-appropriate content to the visitor
trying to get web pages to show up the same in all browsers. This is sometimes difficult as different browser makers interpret the HTML or styling differently.
Making sure a page looks good on multiple browsers of various vintages
Birthed in 2005, this language was created to expedite web development and is central to making web pages look good on mobile devices
downloadable code which provides facilities that are not built into a web browser. It implements technology that a developer expects the browser to provide natively, providing a more uniform API landscape
a small library that transparently intercepts API calls and changes the arguments passed, handles the operation itself, or redirects the operation elsewhere
a technique used in web development for handling differences between runtime environments (typically web browsers or user agents), by programmatically testing for clues that the environment may or may not offer certain functionality.