AlexB77 - 7:00 pm on Mar 21, 2013 (gmt 0)
@canuckseo, Your code looks good, except, I would not set any width or height for your div only padding and margins to let it resize correctly and in accordance with the screen that it's being viewed on unless it is absolutely necessary, in which case I would also create css for various media screens. I have it on one of my sites, without any width or height and it works fine.
@Zivush, I have RWD now for almost a year on 3 of my sites. So here is what I have observed, at first and for about good 4 months there was no noticeable changes, but I was kind of expecting it to be like this for a while anyway. So after about 4 months, we have started to see increase in mobile traffic, nothing major, about 3-5% of overall mobile traffic and 1-3% increase of overall site traffic, no major impact on SEO or PR. NO the funny fact, traffic is still increasing, but mostly from social sources, which means that mobile visitors are mostly visiting from Facebook, Twitter, G+, LinkedIn and Pinterest rather then organic search again proving that people is spending more time on the social networks than searching on the mobile platforms. So, we are now little over 1 year with RWD and still no major changes is noticed in relation to SEO or PR, just simple increase in traffic mostly related to the amount of posts we make daily.