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What mobile size would you want to remove the slider on? Generally laptops: 1280px tablet landscape: 1024px, tablet portrait: 768px, mobile landscape: 480px, mobile portrait: 320px I'll just assume a display below 480px would remove the slider so add this to your css: @media only screen and (max-width: 480px) { .slider-wrapper, #soliloquy ...


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This is what Google calls the "separate URLs" configuration. In the desktop site, you should add a special <link rel="alternate" ...> tag pointing to the corresponding mobile URL. This helps Googlebot discover the location of your site's mobile pages. In the mobile site, you should add a <link rel="canonical" ...> tag pointing to the ...


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I'm working for a company that actually use it to make a "user detection". The phone number, and some other informations, are provided directly from the operators (telecom, orange, etc.), so there is no cookies or such things, there are simply a bunch of operators API to be called and they simply answer with the phone number, and some other informations. ...


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It could access the special apps installed by the provider and get that information from it.(Just a guess!!, If your android has the provider customized OS with Apps of their own installed)


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Originally, I was mistaken and @Max steered me in the right direction. Thanks @Max!! Forever grateful! I apologize in advance for the error and confusion. You do want to link your desktop pages to your mobile pages with canonical links. However, you have to link each page to the corresponding page between the desktop and mobile versions. From mobile: ...


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Of course everyone knows that on 21st of April there is a new update coming up but I believe that none of the non-mobile friendly sites will be penalised. There is too much non-mobile friendly sites with a very important content which they can't penalise. The only thing is that your site might be getting less SEO score and be listed in rankings below your ...


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Also don't forget about Google Official Speed Check Tool. Here you can check all optimization recomendations for desktop and mobile devices. Usually there's enough to have 80 points of 100 for mobile device.


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If your site passing Mobile friendly test, Then you should don't worry about it. The mobile friendly test just checkout The user interface and how your web coding are displayed in mobile. Many of HTML and CSS codes working fine with mobile version and hence your site are passed through mobile friendly test. If you are working on mobile site, then you should ...


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Google supports a separate mobile site. From their mobile webmaster guidelines: There are 3 ways to go mobile: responsive web design, dynamic serving, and separate URLs. ... Separate URLs: Serves different code to each device, and on separate URLs. This configuration tries to detect the users’ device, then redirects to the appropriate page ...


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Google does not penalize anyone for not being mobile-friendly. You may gain a few "points" if you are but they do not penalize you. Responsive layout is a technique to adapt pages to devices and not a search engine optimization. However, it is one of the ways to accomplish the goal of a mobile friendly site. Since you redirect people to your mobile ...


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Computers, mobiles and tablets can send fax's with software, its just like sending an email, it was added to rfc2086 15 years ago but it never took off and as far as I know no major browsers support href="fax:" they do however support href="tel:" that can be used just the same to send a fax using software. 2.3 "fax" URL scheme The URL syntax is ...


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All page assets should use appropriate Etag headers My website runs on some external virtual server with Apache You can't realistically send ETag headers for your page assets (ie. static resources: images, scripts, css) using PHP as it would involve sending all the requests for these, otherwise static, resources through PHP which is only going to ...


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In PHP, you can use the header function to specify a custom Etag as follows: $et="11111"; // any custom etag value header("ETag: \"".$et."\"",true); Just make sure when you update the webpage in question that the etag value is updated. If you don't want to do a manual etag update, you can use this code instead: $et=md5(time()); // 32-bit etag value ...


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I actually did this too. You can use modrewrite rules to check the user agent of the incoming device to see if its a mobile device. I use the data from the scripts at: http://detectmobilebrowsers.com/ When the detection takes place, a cookie must be set for a long lifetime (in your case, use 10 years). Its the cookie that you use that will prevent the ...


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There's a script called MobileDetect, if checks if the visitor is a user via the browser headers. Requires updating from time to time, but other than that is works very easy: $detect = new Mobile_Detect(); define(IS_MOBILE_USER, $detect->isMobile() && !$detect->isTablet() ); if( $onDesktopSite && IS_MOBILE_USER && ...


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I would wrap the tables in a scrollable div. That way they do not affect the 'width' of the page and on mobile it stays at 'device-width'. Something like: <div class="table-wrapper"> <table>...</table> </div> With CSS: .table-wrapper { width: 100%; overflow-x: auto; } For the 'click targets' issue I would suggest adding ...


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The interesting part here is that I actually imported this code into my website to redirect users to the correct version of the site depending on the device. as a result, I have earned more money. I have also ran tests with google page-speed insights and also at webpagetest.org and even on my old phone. So far detectmobilebrowsers.com's detection scheme ...


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Just redirecting mobile users to the mobile site is good enough. In fact, I noticed on my adsense enabled site that my earnings have improved since I redirected my mobile users to the mobile site. It would also be helpful too to add links to allow the user to visit the main (desktop PC) site from the mobile site and vice-versa. Also, Try to make the mobile ...



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