How to future-proof a website

01/13/2012 | Webmonkey

If this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is anything to go by, consumers will soon be accessing the Web on a diverse array of devices ranging from mobile phones to TV sets, writes Scott Gilbertson. A few basic responsive-design principles can help make your site accessible to future users, "whether they're browsing with a tiny phone, a huge television or the web-enabled toaster of tomorrow," he writes. Create liquid layouts for your page, start by thinking about small screens first and lay off the Photoshop images, he suggests.

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