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In the website context, this means sites that are designed to be viewed on devices with smaller screen dimensions than desktops.

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So, I have a responsive design site. Studies say that for mobile devices we need to show a bit less content (graphics and such), and that we need to make sites load quicker for mobiles. If I set … some page elements in css to display:none for mobile, it won't show these blocks, but it doesn't mean that content in these blocks won't be taking time to download. So we end up hiding but still serving …
asked Jun 28 '14 by CamSpy
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I have an interesting case and I am lost in it. There are two versions of the site: desktop and mobile. And there are also international versions: English and Spanish. I'm stuck at implementation of … /" > English Mobile page has these: <link rel="alternate" href="http://m.site.com/" hreflang="x-default"> <link rel="alternate" href="http://m.site.com/" hreflang="en"> <link rel="alternate" href="http …
asked Sep 3 '14 by CamSpy
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I have a desktop site to serve content for desktop and tablet users. I also have a mobile version of the site to cater to mobile phone visitors. Desktop pages have the following kind of annotations … set up: <link rel="alternate" media="only screen and (max-width: 640px)" href="http://m.example.com/page-1"> And mobile pages have canonical annotations like this: <link rel="canonical" href="http …
asked Jul 7 '15 by CamSpy
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So I am redirecting mobile users to mobile version of the page and also have alternate attrubute set up for that: <link rel="alternate" media="only screen and (max-width: 640px)" href="http … ://m.site.com/" > What about the opposite case? When user from desktop computer visits mobile version of the page. Should I redirect him back to desktop version? …
asked Sep 11 '14 by CamSpy