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Why "Mobile First"?
I took a CSS course, and was thought that when designing a website with @media breakpoints, start from the smallest (mobile) and work up to tablet, desktop, etc... Is there a specific reason for this?
Personally, I'd prefer the opposite - laying out all my elements on my desktop, then work down to tablet, then finally mobile?
Any feedback will be appreciated.
8/22/2022 - Mon
Mobile screens are the ones that will display the least (and smallest content).
You get it right on mobile and then add extra for desktop.
This is thought to be better than designing for desktop and then trying to take away for mobile.
Basically, getting bigger is easier than getting smaller.
So, this is a matter of preference basically?
It should not have any external affect, like SEO, etc...?
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