All posts by Karen Burroughs

Responsive Design

Responsive design means your website will reformat and adapt to to whatever device screen it’s being viewed on; mobile, tablet or desktop. Responsive design offers a better user experience and as more and more people are turning to mobile devices and tablets to access websites, you’ll want your site to render properly or risk losing viewers.

Bayside Web Design ONLY does responsive design on our WordPress sites. We feel setting up websites in responsive design is in the best interest for the client. We don’t want our clients to spend good money on a site only to have it outdated before it’s launched. It doesn’t make sense, and we are ever so sensible developers.

This website, Bayside Web Design, is fully responsive. Check it out on a tablet and smart phone and you’ll see how the layout adjusts for each device.

Responsive Web Design

WordPress Websites

wordpress-logoWordPress is an open-source Content Management System (CMS) that is used by millions of people and companies; from personal blogs to professional businesses like Bayside Web Design, CNN and The Rolling Stones.

WordPress powers over 22% of the sites on the web, that’s over 60 million sites that use WordPress or about 1 in every 6 and millions more in the making.

Having a CMS means that the owner/administrator of the site can go onto the site pages and manage their own content i.e., easily add/edit/delete content and images.

The WordPress CMS is powerful, intuitive and reliable. We love it, trust it, and we want our clients to be empowered with the ability to easily update their sites themselves. With WordPress, and a little training from us, you can do that.