Here's the fourth and final part of Webadoodle's simple guide to website terminology
People might look at your site on a large wide,-screen desktop, or a small, narrow mobile phone, or on a tablet, or a laptop. It's essential but challenging to design a website which looks good and works well on any device.
Responsive design means that a website detects the size and shape of the screen and rearranges itself accordingly.
It's basically done by pixies.
All Webadoodle websites are fully responsive.
Designing a website is just the first step, it then needs to be published on the internet or no one will see it. This is done by a hosting company who charge a monthly or annual fee.
I can arrange this service for you if you wish.
As well as being hosted, websites have to be technically maintained as well as updated when changes are needed.
You can do this yourself or I can do it for you for a small monthly fee. If you want someone to completely sort out and run your website for you ... just ask.