Okay, I've read alot about making a website for retina displays, however, I have still some questions: 1) Did I get right, that retina displays display the content twice as big, since it would be too small if it was displayed in normal size (e.g. 960px width)? 2) The "retina" word is everywhere, although it's just a term by Apple for their displays. Does that mean that other high-density displays (Galaxy's 441ppi) work the same way or do they display it normally. Well... it's still a phone so the website wouldn't fit twice as big into the screen, so let's say there is a 441ppi computer screen. 3) (If the first is true) The retina displays display the content twice as big, since the density is doubled from the original. But in which ratio (if the second question is true) do the other (441ppi) displays display the content?