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Old 08-18-2014, 05:00 AM
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i want to design a responsive website

i have a serious question i want to design a responsive website let me guide which plate form i have to use. WordPress or Megento joomla Opencart osCommerce ?
 

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Old 09-10-2014, 09:17 AM
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i have a serious question i want to design a responsive website let me guide which plate form i have to use. WordPress or Megento joomla Opencart osCommerce ?
with what you work more time ? But you must know, if you use free CMS , you must all time upgrade your cms, because many bags.

Try WordPress
 
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Old 09-11-2014, 01:27 PM
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i have a serious question i want to design a responsive website let me guide which plate form i have to use. WordPress or Megento joomla Opencart osCommerce ?
The platform you use has nothing to do with responsive design. You can use any technology and create a responsive design.

What we need to know is what kind of website you are trying to make responsive. Some of the options you mentioned might be overkill for your project to start with.
 
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Old 09-20-2014, 02:36 AM
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Its depend on what kind of website you want to create for your bu sines because for short website Word Press and Joomla is good ,but if you are going for big website then open cart and oscommerce is always good.
 
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Old 09-28-2014, 09:55 AM
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All these platforms have responsive design themes.
Has nothing to do, with the code, the cms and all these stuff.....
 
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Old 10-01-2014, 06:25 AM
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You Can Use Wordpress . Wordpress Is best Platform To develop Responsive Website And it's Provide Best Shortcut Thems, Plugins And Widgets. And Wordpress Is Easy to Learn For New Developer. So i Hope Help it.
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Old 10-01-2014, 07:28 AM
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twitter bootstrap is the best place to start responsive design.
 
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Old 10-03-2014, 04:11 PM
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twitter bootstrap is the best place to start responsive design.
Why?

IMHO, using any of the frameworks available just creates bloated coding (stuff you don't need for your specific project) and/or takes a lot of time to pare it down to what you actually need for the project. It quite possibly could be faster to start from scratch instead of editing to reduce file size for better web page speed.
 
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WordPress is probably the easiest way to start! Many Themes include a Responsive Design Stylesheet.
 
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First you need to understand difference between CMS - Magento, Wordpress, DNN, Lifeary etc.

Back to your query. You don't need platform to build a responsive website. But a good knowledge of html5 and css3.
First you need to understand basic stucture of your website, how you want to build it.

Resonsive design which work all kind of devices and screen resolutions for that you need to add meta charset"UTF-8"

Other thing is you need to have reset.css styling for cross browers differences.

YOu can look into search engines by step by steps.

1. First understand what is html5 and css3
2. Check for online tutorial on building responsive website
 
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Old 11-28-2014, 05:35 AM
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You want to use Wordpress and use a CSS framework called Skeleton.css - Believe me, I have much experience in designing and developing responsive, modern websites.
 
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i have a serious question i want to design a responsive website let me guide which plate form i have to use. WordPress or Megento joomla Opencart osCommerce ?
start with a template from themeforrest and do modifications in it. There is no quicker way than that and you will learn really fast
 
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Hi,

If you need a website then either go for wordpress or joomla.
I would recommend wordpress.

On the counter part if you are planning for an eCommerce store the can choose among opencart & magento..

This was all about the cms and the frameworks to use.

talking about the responsiveness of the website you can hire a developer and get it done in Bootstrap 3.
or you can purchase responsive templates as each cms/framework have premium template available on template monster , theme forest like website.

Happy Coding!

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I think you can use any type of cms for designing website. If you are not as much expert in designing website then word press is best for you. Opencart, oScommerce and magento iS good for developing website Flipkart, amazon.
 
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Bitnami magento stack is the best ecommerce & responsive website.
 
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