The Kneeslider is now fully responsive!! Woo Hoo!! … Wait a minute, … what the heck is responsive? Well, the geeks among you already know, but very simply, we have taken the major step of making the site viewable on screens of any size, and what’s REALLY COOL is you don’t need to download any app! That’s right, we don’t make you get some special app just so you can check us out while you’re on the move.
For those of you who have ever tried to look at The Kneeslider on your smartphone, iPad, tablet computer or Kindle Fire, you know what happened, the website got squeezed to fit the screen and it was either hard to read or completely unreadable unless you expanded it and scrolled sideways. Lots of extra bother and darned inconvenient.
Some websites build special apps to take care of this, but you have to download their app and another one for each and every site you want to see. Here at The Kneeslider, we did the heavy lifting for you, you just glance at your smartphone or iPad and fire up your web browser and go to The Kneeslider, … Presto!!, it’s the right size. The sidebars drop to the bottom of the screen and you just swipe your finger to see the whole page. Cool, huh? The images automatically resize themselves, the menu on top stacks up, you don’t need to do anything special.
If you want to see it in action right now, just take your cursor, grab the side of the browser and drag it over to shrink the size of the browser window and watch as The Kneeslider moves around to adapt. Even better, take a look on your smartphone.
All of the motorcycle and parts listings do the same thing so you can check out what’s for sale with your phone any time you have a minute. Place a last minute bid on that bike you want, look for parts or accessories, anytime, anywhere. Neat!
OK, a little disclaimer, even though I’m all enthusiastic at the moment, not everything is finished, there is some tweaking and styling to do yet, so changes will still be happening and a few bugs are sure to be in there, but I had this much done and I couldn’t see any reason to keep it from you any longer. And this is just Phase One, once the site is pretty much set, I’ll launch Phase Two which will bring even more developments. See? I really was busy working hard to bring you a better website. Just wait until you see what I do next!
So, … what do you think?