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What you are proposing is an Adaptive Design and yes it safe and commonly used. Examples of popular websites with Adaptive Design include: USA Today Amazon LinkedIn Facebook It can commonly be mixed up with the term Responsive Design. The differences between Adaptive Design and Responsive Design, the following is a good summary from Mozilla: Both ...
This is called "responsive design" and is implemented by many front-end frameworks (foundation, bootstrap etc)
0. TL;DR Yes, the media queries are matching your purpose. Although I think it would be safer if you wrote the first media query as max-width: 900px and the other one as min-width: 901px. 1. Different devices You will surely need more breakpoints (media queries) in order to accommodate the most part of the mobile/tablet market share. The best way to ...
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