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laurakalbag.com / filed under HTML & CSS, Mobile, Responsive Design

When we’re changing out layouts based on viewport sizes, using media queries, we tend to switch page elements about a bit. We might make our images display one-on-top-of-the-other for narrower layouts, we might make our text super big to take advantage of bigger spaces.

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