What is a “Responsive” website anyway?

Basically, one that “responds” to the device that is viewing it, whether it is a full-sized PC monitor, a smaller PC monitor, a tablet or iPad, a smartphone or iPhone.  Each of these devices will see the pages “optimized” to viewing on that particular platform.  Thus a large image on a PC will squeeze down to fit in the smaller screen sizes, vs. getting “cut off” and creating aggravating horizontal scrolling.

The WordPress site I will create for you will be flexible, mobile and fully responsive, built with the best responsive and mobile friendly coding, Bootstrap 3.0, HTML5 and CSS3.  This will display your web pages nicely on all devices.

How pervasive is mobile Internet access vs. PC monitor?  See the below chart from, whose report states:

Mobile internet usage soars by 67%

San Francisco, CA & Dublin, Ireland; Thursday 18th September 2014: The use of mobile devices to access the internet has increased by 67% worldwide over the last 12 months according to StatCounter, the independent website analytics company.

The report from the company’s research arm, StatCounter Global Stats, finds that while desktop remains the most popular means to access the web on 64.6%, mobile has grown rapidly from 17.1% to 28.5%. Tablet devices account for 6.8% of internet usage, compared to 4.8% 12 months ago.”