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In responsive design, elements are hidden in the page with @media queries and display: none in CSS.

Ok.

In my design however browsers that have less than 800px in width must hide some content; not only hide butshould avoid loading themsome content at all.  

When accessed with on a device with more than 800px of screen, the page loads fully. In mobile devices, or even inon desktop with less than 800px of width, some content is hidden.

I want to make the page load faster for low-resolution devices, and avoid loading chunks of content that the user will never see. How can I go about this?

In responsive design, elements are hidden in the page with @media queries and display: none in CSS.

Ok.

In my design however browsers that have less than 800px in width must hide some content; not only hide but avoid loading them at all.  

When accessed with on a device with more than 800px of screen, the page loads fully. In mobile devices, or even in desktop with less than 800px of width, some content is hidden.

I want to make the page load faster for low-resolution devices, and avoid loading chunks of content that the user will never see.

In responsive design, elements are hidden in the page with @media queries and display: none in CSS.

Ok.

In my design however browsers that have less than 800px in width should avoid loading some content at all.

When accessed with on a device with more than 800px of screen, the page loads fully. In mobile devices or even on desktop with less than 800px of width some content is hidden.

I want to make the page load faster for low-resolution devices and avoid loading chunks of content that the user will never see. How can I go about this?

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How prevent useless content load on the page in Responsive Design

In Responsive Design, we hide elements in the page with @media queries and display: hide in the CSS. Ok, But in my system: Browsers that have less than width: 800px, the layout must hide some content, not only hide, but avoid them load fully. I mean, in access with desktop with more than 800px of screen, the page load fully; In mobile devices, or even in desktop with less than 800px, not load some content. I want to make the page load faster in this browsers. The system are maked in PHP and have some Javascript. Thanks...

How do I prevent useless content load on the page in responsive design?

In responsive design, elements are hidden in the page with @media queries and display: none in CSS.

Ok.

In my design however browsers that have less than 800px in width must hide some content; not only hide but avoid loading them at all.

When accessed with on a device with more than 800px of screen, the page loads fully. In mobile devices, or even in desktop with less than 800px of width, some content is hidden.

I want to make the page load faster for low-resolution devices, and avoid loading chunks of content that the user will never see.

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