Responsive Development Features

  • All Device &Browser Compatibility

    We’ll code your site so it’s compatible across both devices and browsers.

  • Supports Fixed, Flexible/Fluid Layout

    We can create a flexible layout as well as fixed layouts – our methodology ensures a smooth transition no matter what option you choose.

  • Efficient in Time and Cost

    Responsive designs are great because they cut both on cost and time. They’re easy to code and provide you with an overall responsive template that is satisfying and attractive.

  • Various Frameworks Available

    Including: Twitter Bootstrap, Less, Foundation, Fluid Baseline Grid, and more.

  • Semantic Coding

    Our coding is all semantic, so you’ll have a clean markup without sacrificing utility or speed.

  • Easier to Manage, SEO Friendly

    A responsive site allows for a simple template that is SEO friendly—no gimmicks, no tricks.

Optional Features

  • Works with Frameworks

    Including: Twitter Bootstrap, Foundation, HTML5, etc.

  • Retina Display Compatibility Screen Readers Compatibility

    Amazing clarity for retina-supportive devices! Especially necessary for the visually impaired.

  • Microformat/Schema and Page Speed Optimization

    A web-based approach to the semantic markup will be very easy to read by search providers. We’re aiming for 90+ score, which provides a great user experience.

Why choose team xchop ?

  • Non-Disclosure Agreement
  • Highest Quality Markup
  • Latest Browser Compatibility
  • 180 Days Free Support

Some things we’ve done.

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  • 1. What is a "responsive" website?
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      A responsive website is one that adapts to the screen size of the device from which its viewed. Typically, a responsive site will look similar on the desktop and on mobile/tablet devices. If the page needs to be resized to fit a smaller screen, a responsive page adapts automatically.

  • 2. Why do I need a responsive website?
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      Web browsing is more than desktops now. Web browsing on tablets and mobile phones is rising in a major way, and more and more people are doing their online shopping and browsing from smaller devices. A responsive website allows you to reach 100% of your audience.

  • 3. What are the other benefits to responsive web designs?
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      A responsive website allows you to keep one universal website rather than separating sites for mobile and web browsing. They are also easy to maintain, and generally keep your web presence simple to control.

  • 4. What about SEO in responsive websites?
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      One URL means one SEO link—and that’s a very good thing. You want all of the incoming links to point to one link, thus enhancing your positions in Google.

  • 5. Is my responsive website going to be compatible with any browser?
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      Chrome, Firefox, Safari—essentially all of the latest versions of browsers—support responsive websites.

  • 6. What about older browsers?
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      Responsive websites can work with older browsers, including those based on IE JavaScript solutions.

  • 7. Is there a way to check whether my website is responsive or not?
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      Yep! And it’s incredibly easy. Open your website on a desktop window and resize the window. If the layout changes, you have a responsive website. Resize this window right now to check out our responsive site and how it all works!

  • 8. How long will it take to launch a responsive website?
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      On average, 3-4 days, but each project varies.

  • 9. Can I convert my existing website into a responsive one?
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      Of course. We’re there not only to help you create a responsive theme from scratch, but to modify existing templates to become more mobile-friendly.

  • 10. What will be the cost?
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      We charge $149 for a home page and $79 per inner page. The cost is a function of how extensive your project is, but we’re happy to discuss the pricing options with you as you consider your project with us.

  • 11. Which devices do we talk about in relation to responsive websites?
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      When we speak of multi-screens, we’re talking about multiple devices, from tablets to smart phones.

  • 12. What are CSS media queries?
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      A CSS media query will set a limit on the scope of the style sheet, including line height, font size, and the like. It’s simply a way to establish a web page style that is consistent. Find out more at :

  • 13. Can I add images and videos to my responsive website?
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      Sure! Media queries make it easy to add flexible image sizes and flexible video displays.

  • 14. What are some screen sizes that a responsive website will adapt to?
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      Some of the most popular include:

      • 320px
      • 480px
      • 600px
      • 768px
      • 960px
      • 1024px
      • 2048px
  • 15. What are examples of some great responsive websites?
  • 16. Which new responsive frameworks are available?
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      Twitter Bootstrap, and Foundation.

  • 17. What’s the difference between a Default Responsive Framework and the Twitter Bootstrap Framework?
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      The Default Responsive Framework is built on a 960 grid. This can be restructured using CSS media queries. Twitter Bootstrap, however, will have predefined CSS for containers. Find out more at

  • 18.   Twitter Bootstrap Why Twitter Bootstrap ?
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      It’s a clean, user-friendly CSS class that is easily applied, and allows a mobile first technique. It also supports inbuilt jQuery interactives and a number of other functions like dropdown menus.

  • 19. What is the recommended width for using Twitter Bootstrap Framework?
  • 20. Is Twitter Bootstrap compatible for lower/older browsers?
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      The new version of Twitter Bootstrap, 3.1.1, is not compatible for IE8 and below. But it is supported from IE9 and all new browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

  • 21. What’s the difference between a default responsive framework and foundation framework?
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      Keeping in mind that a Default Responsive Framework is based on a 960 grid, the Foundation has a flexible grid which is predefined in CSS. It can fit any dimension layout with plenty of inbuilt jQuery interactives. You can find more information at

  • 22.   Foundation Framework Why Foundation Framework ?
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      There are three main features. It’s mobile-first, which means it gives priority to mobile devices. If your website aims to that market, that’s something to consider. It also has the cleanest "markup" flexibility, with utility and speed. And it’s JavaScript? Awesome. Better, strong, faster, with inbuilt JavaScript plugins that make the implementation a snap.

  • 23. What is the recommended width for using Foundation Framework?
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      Because Foundation has a flexible grid in its predefined CSS, there is actually a lot of flexibility here. We can customize the spacing of the columns of the framework online and generate a custom framework, however. Check out more information here:

  • 24. Which version of Foundation do you use?
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      We use Foundation Zurb 5.0.

  • 25. Is Foundation compatible for all browsers?