I'm having trouble finding a "correct" solution for designing for multiple devices.
I have read different sites and some suggest to use media queries for specific devices where others suggest not to use media queries for specific devices. Some sites suggest to resize your browser and only create media queries where you page starts to break apart. So rather than using the specified media queries that are suggested some people say not to do that and to only use media queries where your design starts to fall apart and then to create media queries for those specific sizes.
I wanted to see what other feedback I get from Experts Exchange about this matter. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Also, i'm new to this process to please bare with me if I ask questions about solutions.
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