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22 Responses to How to make your website mobile friendly

  1. Wade says:

    Yeah mobile blogs are the way to go. As you said, a lot of the traffic comes from other devices besides computers. It’s just a smart way of marketing your site.
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  2. Thanks for this very thorough review Lilach. I have definitely noticed an increase in mobile viewers, I’ve just been hesitant to mess with my site. The WP plugins sound like a good solution so I’m definitely going to take a closer look. Thanks!
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  3. Thanks for that, Lilach. The Americans have been emphasizing mobile for some time now and I think it’s slowly beginning to dawn on Europe that mobile is the way to go, too! All the more reason to keep not only the functionality uncluttered, but also the content.
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  4. Martin says:

    WordPress themes and HTML templates are the best. Along with nice design you get a responsiveness that you are looking for! That was a genius invention))
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  5. Wow such perfect timing for me thank you Lilach I am launching my interactive ebook on WordPress this weekend
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  6. This was a quite inspiring article. In fact it moved me to examine several of the mobile options presented and even build some sites. I am happy to say that one was selected. You may read about it on my blog with attribution for the inspiration. Thanks!
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  7. You bring a great point Lilach – I knew mobile was popular and as soon as I discovered the apps, I adjusted my website accordingly. I never realized to check the analytics to see how many visits come from mobile devices. This is helpful!
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  8. I couldn’t agree more that everyone should be making their sites and blogs mobile friendly. I think smartphones and tablets are becoming the “standard” way to search. I just converted my own site to make it much more mobile. It is a wordpress blog and I used a Genesis theme. It renders very well both on phones and tablets, in my opinion.
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  10. Roshan says:

    I used the WordPress plugin WP Touch to make my site mobile friendly. It supports adsense and easily configurable. It should be on top of the list, rather than WPtap, which haven’t even been update in the last 2 years.
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  11. I like my site to be responsive but having a dedicated theme that kicks in for mobile is too much for me, with the range of smart phones and devices now able to render a full size site I think the days of mobile specific themes are numbered

    nice that there are so many options until then though :-)
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  12. I really enjoyed the way you handled the issue by use of plugins. That makes it easy for those bloggers that are not programmers.

    People do not realize that when a website is created, since the beginning of the internet, websites should always be checked at least against the different browsers. Today, it goes beyond mobile. Websites should be checked against most if not all of the different devices available to your readers.

    Again, great article.

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  14. Thanks for all the great options Lilach,
    I personally use the Jetpack Mobile Theme option and it seems to do the job just fine. It automatically converts the current theme into a mobile version and it’s already part of the default wordpress installation.

    How do you feel about jetpack mobile theme? The only thing is I’m not sure I’m getting the best speed as far as rendering goes. Is there a big difference in speed from one option to another in your opinion?

    Best Regards,
    Robert Tuttle
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  16. Susan Neal says:

    Hi Lilach,

    Interesting, but a bewildering array of choices leaving me feel I don’t know where to start! I’m a bit nervous about converting my site for mobile – I came across another blogger’s site today that had got ‘stuck’ onto its mobile version, as a result of which I was unable to leave a comment on a post. I think I’d need some expert advice before I dived in and tried one of these tools, but thanks very much for letting us know what’s available,

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