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I have a fairly recent html5 custom site.

It is feasible to get front-end developers (outsource) to make it responsive - to all browsers, devices (phone , tablet etc) screen sizes?  Should the integrate something like bootstrap to make it future proof?  www.housecarers.com

I would rather do this than having two sets of source code
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Couldn't agree more re multiple code for the same site. Bootstrap is very easy to incorporate into your site though it may take some time to merge the two sites.
+1 for bootstrap. If I can add anything more just ask.
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Thanks , I have someone from elance working on it now. It is good that you can do conditional logic and cut out some features too complex for phone
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