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Bootstrap, a very popular framework, uses 4 breakpoints, as below: /* Extra small devices (phones, less than 768px) / / No media query since this is the default in Bootstrap */ /* Small devices (tablets, 768px and up) */ @media (min-width: @screen-sm-min) { ... } /* Medium devices (desktops, 992px and up) */ @media (min-width: ...


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Depending on the framework you're using, it is possible to transfer everything at once; we actually just did this a few weeks ago and outside of a few pages that were already problematic, it was fine. That said, there's almost no way you can do it without causing confusion. My recommendation would be to automatically have a one-time web pop-up that tells ...


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The vertical list option with right hand transitions into the category is the "correct" answer to your problem. In @adamsoh's answer this is the first image. Something to consider - the words in this list are, mostly, heavy on reading. Here are some possible improvements: Weekly shop & prep Leftover friendly Fit (and delicious!) Nutritionally Complete ...


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You seems to have a lot of links. I would usually reserve buttons for call-to-action and limit them to one or two. This is to prevent users from drowning in a sea of buttons and to differentiate them from normal links. The buttons show you a list of recipes for that category you would then click on them and drill down for the details If all the ...



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