The new Edfund website is built with a "responsive" design.
Times have changes considerably. Desktop computers now come with wide screens, and an ever growing percentage of people are using tablets and smart phones to access the web. We now recommend all new websites be responsive.
It's a way of coding the website using media queries to figure out what the resolution is on the device being used to access the website. If it's a tablet and there's not enough room for the regular menu, it might hide the menu and replace it with a condenced version. Dito if it's a smart phone, in fact you can choose to hide content that might be too detailed for viewing on a small screen.
See how everything re-aligns
Visit the new Edfund website via your desktop computer. Grab the edges of the browser window and drag it in so you have a smaller screen. See how the menu moves to the bottom of the page. On the home page, there are three rows of boxes which on a smaller screen are one on top of the other. With the inner pages the content goes from two columns wide to one column.
This website will soon be responsive!