Web design has come a long way over the last 10 years. I can remember using Microsoft Expression Web or Adobe Dreamweaver to design websites and was very difficult considering every picture or text had to be put in it’s own cell and if you added anything extra in that cell, it would automatically re-size all the other cells throwing off your web design.
Then along came drag and drop web design like Serif Web Plus which didn’t require you to know much about HTML but wasn’t
The latest version of Bootstrap is version 3 and I’ve been using it for over 5 months and has exceeded my expectations for responsive design. Some of the nice features are lightboxes, image carousels, modals, forms, animations, hover menu dropdowns. etc. which can be implemented by free available plugins. There are many free Bootstrap templates available on the internet which you can modify to suit your needs or design from scratch if your familiar with HTML5.
One important thing to mention is Google now requires all websites to be mobile responsive as of April 21, 2015 or get penalized on mobile searches. I think this is because approximately 50% of all world wide internet traffic is now done on mobile devices and growing yearly.
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