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Mobile-first implementation or desktop-first? [closed]
When working with CSS media queries, I am unsure of whether I should program in a mobile-first style, or a desktop-first style. For example, let's say I'm given a design that consists of a set of ...
Mar 21 '13 at 12:41
Julian H. Lam
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