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Ensure that your Website is Mobile Friendly by Google Developers

Ensure that your Website is Mobile Friendly by Google Developers

Mobile Friendly Websites or Blogs- Users can get full mobile experience. You May be a beginner or an expert, You can find details information here to make great blog website for your mobile users.

Create a new Website.

If you really interested in creating an entirely new website and would like to use an software package already you have, then take a look some of the software packages listed below for some good starting points. Most of these software packages are referred to as “content management systems”. Some companies may provide hosting services in addition to providing the software for your website.
Make site mobile friendly.

Mobile Friendly

If you know the software your website is built with, go directly to the dedicated guide.

  • WordPress
  • Joomla!
  • Drupal
  • Blogger
  • vBulletin
  • Tumblr
  • DataLife Engine
  • Magento
  • Prestashop
  • Bitrix
  • Google Sites
  • Typepad (external site)
  • Squarespace (external site)
  • Wix (external site)

To get you started, we have put together the following general guidelines:

Back up is must before making any changes or updates in your website.

We always recommend backing up your website before making any changes or updates. If you’re not sure how to backup your site Please check our updates how to take back up of blogger website.
Ensure that your Website is Mobile Friendly by Google Developers
Enter your website’s URL into Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test and it will let you know if you’ve got a mobile-friendly page on your hands. If the website you entered passes Google’s test, you will see a green banner indicating the website is mobile-friendly. If the website does not pass, Google will let you know the page is not mobile-friendly and give some reasons why. Many of the common reasons why a website isn’t mobile-friendly is because:

  • The content is wider than the screen: This requires users to scroll side-to-side to read the page.
  • The text too small: This means the user must zoom to read text on the page. This may be creating problems to readers who read your blog from mobiles.
  • The links too close together: On a smartphone, links should be easy to tap with your fingers — this means that the links should be big enough and in natural location to tap. Most smartphone (Android or Windows) users hold their phone in their right hand and tap links with their thumb.

There may be many more reasons why your website can not pass mobile friendly test from Google.
Most simple way you can apply that found a theme which is friendly with desktop & mobile also, then apply that theme in you blog.
If you want to know how to apply theme or template in your blogger account then read our latest post how to apply theme in your blogger website.

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