Desktop Breakpoint

In responsive web design, a desktop breakpoint is a specific screen width that triggers changes in the layout of a webpage to suit desktop screens. Breakpoints are used in CSS to apply different styles based on the screen size, ensuring that web content is optimally displayed on various devices. Desktop breakpoints typically represent larger screen sizes, such as those of desktop computers or laptops. When the viewport width crosses this breakpoint, the CSS rules defined for desktop screens are applied, adjusting elements like navigation, columns, fonts, and images to provide a user-friendly experience on larger screens.