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The best way to get your website run by Responsive approach is to use any of the pre-build and optimized UI Frameworks, most famous of them being -- Bootstrap, Foundation, and Semantic UI. Using any of these frameworks would help you out removing any work required to create large chunk of media queries, classes, overriding CSS for various elements, etc.
Along, with this they also provide navigation, 12-grid formatting, glyphicons and various other items -- ready to implement.
Also, frameworks like Bootstrap can not only be used with jQuery, but also with frameworks like Angular, Ember, VueJs, etc. What you require is just add a few classes to the various elements, tables, and forms and rest of the UI the Framework will take care by itself.
Following are the links of various UI Frameworks: