Not so long ago, we were able to render a web page on our mobile browsers but it demanded a sort of thumb dexterity to move along the website, scouring the whole length and breadth to see exactly what it says. It certainly lacked the aesthetics, user-friendliness and the convenience to impress the visitor. This has now been taken care of by the new fluid-grid websites known as Responsive Web Design. They are fluid, meaning the content moves freely across all screen resolutions and all devices.
Why should you go for Responsive Website Design?