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Mobile phones used to be simple devices used for phone calls, short messages and simple games. As network protocols and screens progressed, new devices were capable of showing webpages.
However, due to limited screen real estate and controls they could only open pages written in WML language specially made for the WAP protocol. The iPhone was the first phone truly capable of opening HTML pages.
Ever since mobile devices became capable of accessing the web and showing web pages, it became obvious that not all web pages could work on a small screen. The most obvious was the UI.
Early websites were built with the computer screen in mind. The images were big, the buttons were small. It looked nice on a big screen and was easy to click on using a mouse. But it was horror on a small screen. As a solution to this responsive web design was born. Using Media queries in CSS developers could now define styles that would be applied for different devices.
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