Responsive what? A responsive style is a web site syle that automatically adapts to different displays: from a desktop/laptop monitor to a table to a phone. From Wikipedia: What does this mean to most of you? Probably nothing as you browse the web on a typical desktop or laptop. The differences come into play for those on tablets (iPad, Kindle, etc) or a small mobile device (iPhone, Android, Galaxy, etc) where certain site features are slimmed or stripped to display the important content on smaller devices. SM had 22,149 visits from mobile devices last month. We've converted out new dark style (Dark monkey) and our default style (Monkey Style) to responsive as described below. SM normal screen view (Monkey Style) and New Threads: On tablets (I've only tested with iPad and iPad Mini), we lose the sidebar to allow for more forum viewing (the sidebar is now accessed by a button at the bottom of the page which expands it): iPad What's New view iPad: The biggest difference occurs when we browse via iphone: The navigation buttons and anything else that would get too small to be functional disappear: iPhone The normal Navigation buttons have all been placed into the single button titled Forum Navigation (see it in the above image). It looks like this when you expand it (containing all the normal navigation tabs we're used to): iPhone So we just clicked on What's New and see this: iPhone The navigation is different but it's a move towards doing away with tapatalk as we don't like relying on 3rd party providers. It's going to take a few days to get used to but after 3 days of testing, I'm now using my phone browser over tapatalk to access the site. If anyone doesn't wish to view the site in Mobile or this Responsive view on their device, they can always find the styles at the bottom of the forum and choose Monkey Style Full to get back to full desktop view. We're still working out a number of bugs but wanted to let everyone know since we switched the default style (live) to this new technology last night.