By Kari Barton
A “responsive” webpage means that the content will respond/rearrange depending on the device or screen size that the page is being viewed on. In other words, a horizontal scroll bar will never appear at the bottom of your page in tablet or mobile view. When a site is responsive, the content will simply adjust to the size of the device. You may have already noticed this on the top pages of the EDU website.
About 50% of our site visits come from people who are using a phone or tablet. Because of this, some of our sites have already gone responsive, including the School of Law:
We will be helping and training you for transferring your site and will contact you before your site transitions to responsive, so don’t stress. But, you can start preparing your site now to make that transition easier. Here are some things to start with:
An audit is a review of every single one of your pages. Doing an audit is a great idea so that we aren’t wasting time transferring pages to responsive that are unnecessary, have poor content, or are outdated.
Here’s how to create and conduct your audit:
As always, if you have any questions contact the Web Content Team. We’re here to help you!