|Dec 31, 2012, 02:59 AM||#1|
Web design and the Retina Display
I've been reading and reading and still dont get the answers:
the Retina display has 2x the pixels, which means as i understand it, if i'm designing a website thats good for the MBP and its retina display i have to make the site 2x as large as i normally do
of course on the non retina screens, which is most of the world thats absurd.
so am I designing 2 websites? one for the retina display and the second for the rest of the world?
and since its a responsive website, of those two sites which one go to the iPad and iPhone?
MacBook Pro 1.83GHz Intel, 1.5GB 667MHz, Leopard 10.5.6
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