A kañooh website is completely responsive.


What does 'responsive' mean?

With more and more screen sizes, it is important that a website looks good under any circumstances. Thanks to a responsive design, texts and images without scrollbar remain readable on both the smartphone, tablet and computer screen. Menu items no longer horizontally side by side, shift regions from right to bottom of page, ...


Lots of flexibility in responsive design.

Regional structures of the different page types know different behaviors due to multiple breakpoints or breakpoints. The layout of a page changes according to the screen size. Menu items no longer horizontally side by side, shift regions from right to bottom of the page, ... You can simply follow the registry structure (A-Z) to see how they are positioned as blocks). This way you can perfectly anticipate how your website visitors see your website.


Are tables on a page also responsive?

The default width of a table is stated in percentages, which means that a table is always over the full width of the text box. An important advantage is that the table takes over the responsive behavior of the page and remains clearly legible on both large and small screens.

For more information on the responsive behavior of tables on the website, see the notes of October 9, 2014 (see attachment).


The responsive behavior of kañooh websites is regularly updated and improved.