Solving Cross-Browser Compatibility Issues in Responsive Web Design

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A responsive website makes sure that you are accessible from any platform that your target audience decides to use. Responsive web design is the best solution to adapt when you want a properly sized image to appear in the smaller screens of mobile phones and tablet computers. However, in the creation of a responsive website the web designer faces a big challenge with cross-browser compatibility or in simple words compatibility with different browsers.

To ensure that the web design will be compatible with whatever browser the user wants to use, the web designer must ensure that design will work and its appearance is error-free and functional no matter the platform used. However, many of the CSS capabilities that were introduced in the new CSS3 version are not compatible with most browsers. If you use unsupported CSS, it can pose a major problem for web design because it will further complicate cross-browser compatibility.

Another challenge for web designers is image management in responsive web design. Photos and media have to be flexible and they should adapt to different devices at the same time with slowing down the page loading process. Using the largest possible version of an image for all devices is not the best solution because a 2G smartphone user would require a lot of time to load the website. After the extremely slow loading time, about one fourth of the original size of the high resolution image will be displayed.

If CSS3 rules are applied in responsive web design, the website can only be viewed by those who have recently updated browsers that have strong CSS3 support. Fortunately for web designers, there are three JavaScript solutions (Respond.js, Modernizr and adaptive.960.js) that will solve compatibility issues with old browsers.