Discussion in 'Web Design' started by navyfalcon, Mar 17, 2016.
What is the best and easiest way to convert your website to be mobile devices friendly.
Going mobile can be free if you can select a responsive template or theme for your website.
A responsive template/theme adapts the display to the visitor no matter if they are using
a desktop, tablet, or mobile phone.
In April of 2015, Google released its "mobile-friendly" algorithm update, which made
mobile-friendliness a much stronger ranking factor for mobile searches.
In turn, many websites that weren't optimized for mobile saw their search rankings plummet.
Very important for SEO
I agree with above, as the responsive website design is dominating the Google page rank, many firms are focusing on this type of design only. But Google recently updated its algorithm that, websites that not responsive also automatically converted to be responsive. So then user experience will be high if website is seen in mobile, desktop, table etc.
I used a free converter to do this mobile website. It needs some customization but is OK as it is for average.
Anybody know of some free website converters and/or editors. The ones I found have time limitations or other limitations.
Customization or changes and corrections needed.
The menu needs to add functional links.
The pictures need to be sized for the site.
Google ads do not show.
I also need to write a tutorial on how to use this software and edit the results
I found some cms mobile editors but I need an html editor designed for mobile phones and tablets.
Designing webpages for mobile phones
just general information for designing webpages for mobile phones using a standard HTML editor
Try android studio
I have an Android phone so I will try it. Do not know how well it works for others. Let us know
May i know the advantages of going for HTML CMS editors for mobiles inspite of having separate mobile CMS editors.
None if you know how to write for mobile phones (see reply #6). But you can use Android Studio on your desktop or laptop and it automatically formats the output for a mobile phone. Also Android Studio has several tutorials
hope this helps
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