Is html5 responsive according to device ?

+1 Rehman . · December 9, 2015
Can we view site on mobile view if its built on just html5 ?

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0 Zoe Schultz · February 2, 2016
Well, you might use Bootstrap framework (but again its HTML+CSS) to make your site responsive... So the answer is: no... Using solely HTML5 will not do anything to make your site adjustable to various screen resolutions.
+1 Ciobanu Victor · December 31, 2015
ok, forst of all you cannot make website fully responsive if you just use html5 , you make repsonsive with the help of css/css3, here is a link to a small tutorial to learn te basics
0 Michael Bianchi · December 31, 2015
You technically require some kind of JavaScript or CSS to make it work responsively. However, if you have Bootstrap installed, you only need to write HTML and it will (for the most part) always be responsive. Keep in mind, however, that the Bootstrap framework calls 4 CSS media queries to make it responsive.

Specifically, you need to account for the following screen sizes:

- extra small (~360 pixels)
- small (~770 pixels)
- medium (~between 770 & 1200 pixels)
- large (>1200 pixels)

To answer your question literally, however, most modern mobile devices should be able to view any website. Responsiveness only makes it easier for the user to view.
0 Ian Arbuckle · December 30, 2015
HTML5 is just a mark up language so it will need CSS to manipulate the content. The reason HTML5 was brought out was to improve the markup for SEO so web crawlers can easily navigate through your site. 
0 ron nats · December 30, 2015
Where is the source code for your HTML5 videos?
+1 Katlego Rambau · December 30, 2015
Responsive designs targets the width of each user’s web browser to determine how much space is available and how it should display the website. With the help of css that can be accomplished even if you used HTML5 to code your site.
+1 Kaveh Greenwood · December 29, 2015
No, you cannot. CSS media queries are what make a website responsive.
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