Adaptive static design

This article first appeared in issue 211 of .net magazine - the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers.

Responsive web design, a method coined by Ethan Marcotte, has been getting lots of attention lately. In its simplest form, it uses a flexible grid to create a fluid layout, and media queries to spot-fix any problems that crop up when the structure gets too wide or narrow. It’s great, and is really paving the way for more adaptive websites.

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