Why A Responsive Web Design Theme May Not Be Best For Your Existing Website

You’ve poured a lot of effort and time in getting your website to where it’s at. Custom CSS, widgets, theme modifications, maybe even custom PHP. But all of those changes are likely to get wiped out if you slap on a new theme.

To say the least, it’s a perilous situation. Maybe akin to playing Russian Roulette.

Before attempting to apply any theme, backing up your website shouldn’t even be a question. You do have a backup system in place right?

But, if the theme doesn’t work out and you find to much of your custom functionality is lost, it can easily turn into a mangled mess getting your backup restored. In the meantime, your website might be down or partially available.

There’s a better way to get a responsive web design without having to apply a new theme. If you already have CSS and HTML skills, applying a responsive web design will be like learning a new technique.

By going the do-it-yourself route, you’ll also have complete control. Some themes may do what you want initially but then you find their limitations. Trying to modify the theme can become a big pain.

But if the code is yours from the beginning, you’ll understand and know what is going on. This makes any changes much easier.


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