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I need to make my site mobile responsive

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Asgardian, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. Asgardian

    Asgardian Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I have an HTML website that needs to be mobile responsive, does anyone have any tips on how can I do that?

    Best regards,

    Asgardian
     
  2. irmscher

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  3. Asgardian

    Asgardian Regular Member

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    thanks, I have tried it and it doesn't look good when it's finished, design is completely gone when I create with them :/
     
  4. manking

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    Well it's hard to say what is the best way, because we have no idea on your skills (if you have coding skills or not), if not then it's quite hard and it's better to hire someone or move to a wordpress site. But if you have you could a template in dreamweaver for mobile sites
     
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  5. Asgardian

    Asgardian Regular Member

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    Well I have a little experience with HTML and CSS.. Maybe I will find another template that is responsive
     
  6. gazmo

    gazmo Junior Member

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    You either write a better version yourself or you buy a template that has a mobile-friendly version in it.

    I don't think there's a shortcut. Good thing is, mobile sites are fairly easy to make and most themes already look great on mobile devices :)

    Also, you should add jQuery and jQuery mobile to your arsenal
     
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  7. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    You know if you were using WordPress, you wouldn't need to worry about this :)
    Best solution: Switch to WordPress.
     
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    Masterptc Regular Member

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    Easiest way to do this is create a subdomain like this 'mobile.domain.com' and install a responsive template on it and redirect all your mobile traffic to that subdomain.
     
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