Mobile-friendly – what’s that? Since November 2014, Google has labelled certain websites ‘mobile-friendly’ in search results. A site is deemed mobile-friendly if: The text is readable on a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet Software such as Flash is not used No zooming or horizontal scrolling is required to view the content Links… Continue Reading 5 Helpful Plugins for a mobile-friendly WordPress site
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WordPress 4.1 was released last month, and along with it the Twenty Fifteen theme was launched. I’ve had a look at it to see what it can do. First impressions Twenty Fifteen has some passing resemblances to the previous theme from the WordPress.org team, Twenty Fourteen, with a left sidebar and widget area. But the look… Continue Reading Thoughts on the WordPress Twenty Fifteen theme
When designing a new website, it is important to remember that your site’s audience may browse on a number of different devices. These could include: a large screen internet-enabled TV a widescreen desktop monitor a laptop screen a tablet a smartphone What does this mean for the user? If web pages are not created with… Continue Reading How can I get my site to look good on a mobile?