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Recently, I translated a design to fixed HTML & CSS:

The website have to be responsive and it is my first time to deal with that new way of code building. A couple of thins are working well right now, but a couple of things are realy difficult to onderstand how I have to deal the job.

For example, I don't know how I have to start with those items:

  • 10 icons (hosted citrix, DSL, IT services, ...)
  • footer links
  • main menu

Do I have to resize the texts in the above items together with the width of it? Or should I use some media query's to position it completely different?

Following question raises every time in my head now: is this a good design to make it responsive? I hope there are some clear solutions Wink