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To explain the restriction issue: A lot of this depends on the device. Normally, responsive styling uses the width of the screen to set the width and layout of the page. This should mean that, when a device is rotated, the change in screen width between the portrait and landscape orientations triggers different layouts. However, some devices declare their ...


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First of all, Wonderful questions, Put perfectly. Here's my take Simple. Its all about the time. Have less time? Go for iPad first. It'll take less time to design and develop and cater the maximum audience. If you have enough time, go for a good responsive design.Even though it'll take some time, It'll cater all, but also ensure you test perfectly on an ...


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Too many questions for one post but here goes: Short answer: no. Long answer: don't care about tablets or devices or landscape modes. You only care about when it looks like crap as it widens out from the smallest size (say 280 or 320px). That spot is called a breakpoint. Adjust for that then widen it out till it looks like crap again. Another breakpoint. ...


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You could use keywords and delimiters to have the code automatically parse the text and format it in a small preview window. For your example: John Doe // First line is always the name @ Company Best Inc. // use @ symbol to denote company name line disc this, this and that. // the line starting with the disc keyword is the discussion info appt ...



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