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Responsive Web Design


Responsive Website Design is aimed at designing/developing ‘One website for all devices’. If you have you ever struggled to use a regular website on your mobile phone then you will appreciate the need for a new approach to web design. Responsive websites adjust automatically to any screen size which makes it more user-friendly, hence easily accessible from different devices ranging from big screen desktops to small screen smartphones.

With the remarkable growth of mobile usage (which cannot be neglected), every website should be responsive to be able to attend to every “screen size needs” either it’s a basic informative website or an interactive web portal. This will not only increase the number of visitors on your website but at the same time increase the revenue generating capacity from it.

Benefits of Responsive Website:
Cost saving
Better usability for all users
Improved SEO results
Less maintenance
No need for separate mobile websites
Reduced need for mobile apps

Responsive Web Design Testing Tool
Try our RWD Testing Tool and see how your current website looks on different screen sizes.

Gmail Exchange on iPhone

I think there is some issue with the Gmail configuration as Exchange mail on iPhone

According to Google blog Google has shutdown on all the new mobile devices.

If you have configured your Gmail account using Google Sync (exchange) and is working fine then its because you had been using it (configured it) on your mobile device before they shutdown their services.

Gmail Exchange now doesnt work on your new iphone as explained here

The way around:
Configure your Gmail as IMAP account.
Make sure IMAP is enabled for your Gmail account

Tap Settings on the iPhone Home screen.
Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Tap Add Account under Accounts.
Choose GMAIL
Enter your name under Name.
Type your full Gmail address under Address.
Enter your Gmail password under Password.
Type “Gmail” under Description (or leave it set to the default, “Google Mail”).
Tap Next.
Make sure ON is selected for Mail.
Tap Save.
Press the Home button.

And you’ll start to see your Gmail working in iOS Mail.

Sync Google Contacts
Settings > Mail, Contact, Calendars … > Add account … > Other > Add CardDAV account

Enter as server and then your Gmail login credentials.

Save settings and goto Contacts. Click Groups on the top left and select All Google under Google. Then click the refresh button on the top left.

Thats it : ) in a few seconds all your Google contacts will show up.

This is a quick and I will update this post with screenshots soon.

Downloading iOS 6 Update

Downloading iOS 6 … Will keep you updated when done : )




Excited to see whats new exactly.


Installing Update





The new iOS 6 is cool actually. It has a lot of new features. Some features those are not listed/highlighted in the iOS 6 update log are:

No need to put your Apple ID password again and again when downloading or updating apps from App Store

New look for the dial pad

New browser features

thats all for now … will upload more screenshots with new features soon : )