A static page layout (sometimes called a “fixed” layout or “fixed width” layout) uses a preset page size and does not change based on the browser width. In other words, the page layout might have a permanent width of 960 pixels.
A liquid page layout uses relative units instead of fixed units. Typically a liquid layout will use percentages instead of pixels, but any relative unit of measurement will work.Liquid layouts don’t require as much thought as a responsive design.
An adaptive page layout uses CSS media queries to detect the width of the browser and alter the layout accordingly.This will use fixed unit like pixels, just like a static layout, but there are multiple fixed widths defined by specific media queries.
A responsive page layout uses both relative units and media queries, ostensibly combining the ideas of a liquid layout and an adaptive layout. As the browser increases or decreases in width, a responsive layout will flex just like a liquid layout.
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