Freeway Site for Mobiles & Tablets

Hi All

I have a site home page live for the client to approve and they mentioned that it doesn’t work that well on a mobile.

Should this now be a given, that all sites created work on all devices, or would you other professionals out there think this was an extra above a normal site.

They have not mentioned this before, so what is the best way forward in this respect? All site to be inline?


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Most people I know treat it as an additional service but there’s no hard-n-fast rule. Do what works best for your situation.

Yes, an inline design is a good start but you will also need to implement @media queries to customize the mobile experience.

Todd

Should this now be a given, that all sites created work on all devices, or would you other professionals out there think this was an extra above a normal site.

They have not mentioned this before, so what is the best way forward in this respect? All site to be inline?


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I’ve recently had to deal with this. I am solving it my creating responsive websites - that have the same code and don’t depend on browser width. It’s quite a phenomenal way to go about it.

Search for “freeway backdraft template” in google.


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Yes I have seen this - my question is to what other committed freeway user do to in this regards.


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Probably me? Not sure if I am committed.

I am able to do however I’m not sure if it is THE way. There are still two chapters - the “Responsives” that deal with one page source and the “Redirectings” that probably deal with two different contents.

Whatever you do:

A regular page should display well even on small devices. I can’t judge your project, but mine are usually drastically reduced and very “small”. They play - however a user has to zoom in to read proper - but technically seen - it should work.

I leave no doubt:

A proper Box-in-Box construction is not a good start - it’s the essential of these days. Without you’ll ever have similar discussions.

Backdraft is cool - you’ll live with and and probably you’ll even die with it, whatever you do:

I’d prepare myself in the upcoming.

Cheers

Thomas


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Read this book for a start…

Then with the Freeway 6 Tools you can make flexible websites.

As an example…
http://www.addinghamcyclecamping.co.uk

David Owen

http://www.printlineadvertising.co.uk

On 18 Dec 2013, at 20:15, “Mike Thornley” email@hidden wrote:

Yes I have seen this - my question is to what other committed freeway user do to in this regards.


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