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By Ted Krapf on 5/9/2013 1:53 PM
What's all the buzz about? One of the new buzz words now for sometime has been Responsive Web Design.  What does it mean?  What does it mean for my business?   First a little back story.  Previous to the concept of Responsive Web Design, if you wanted to have a mobile version of your site you had to choose from a couple options.

Native Mobile App - this meant having an app for Apple, Android, Windows Mobile, etc built as a copy of your website.  This could take a fair amount of time, investment, and then you end up with three or more copies of your content you'd need to manage.  (Read EXPENSIVE) Mobile CSS Version - With a well-crafted website, most of the layout is abstracted into a CSS file.  The CSS file defines things like borders, margins, width, etc.  You can easily design your website and build a CSS file for viewing on a desktop computer, and a separate CSS file for mobile.  When a device requests your site, a small piece of code decides which version of the CSS file...