I'm newly back working with RW, it's been several years since I made my last site with it and things have changed.
I'm using a very nice theme that I like a lot that describes itself as "responsive."
It also has a function whereby I can see approximately what my site will look like on iPad, iPhone and Blackberry etc etc.
Also I see that I often have the option on most pages to choose how my text or image "fills" its container. I get the choice of "fill" "flexible" "fixed" and "float."
I wonder if somehow these options are tied up in this "responsive" business?
The reason why I specifically ask is that when I test some of my pages with the built-in "Mobile Simulator" they look absolute rubbish with half the page cut off vertically.
If I want to make my site as accessible as possible to as many people as I can, what rule of thumb should I use with "fill" "flexible" "fixed" or "float." to ensure the best result?
Best to you all, and thanks in anticipation of some common sense.
BTW, if it's a question of just pointing me at another post, or a site where these things are explained, by all means just give me the url(s).
Balikiwi (that means a New Zealander who lives in Bali in case you wondered.)