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Responsive design ensures your site conforms to any screen size or device. No matter the size of the device used - smartphone or tablet, you have a website that is similar to and consistent with the desktop version.
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Create a Mobile Version of Your Current Site. The quickest way to make your site mobile-friendly is to create a mobile version of your desktop site using a conversion platform like bMobilized or Duda Mobile. ...
Use Mobile Plugins on Popular CMS Platforms. ...
Use a Mobile-first Responsive Design.
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>Take the Google Mobile-Friendly Test.
>Use a responsive WordPress theme (or create your own)
>Consider mobile-friendly WordPress plugins.
>Use mobile-friendly opt-ins.
>Think in terms of responsive media.
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Make Your Website Responsive.
Make Information People Look for Easier to Find.
Don't Use Flash. Include the Viewport Meta Tag. Turn Autocorrect for Forms.
Make Your Button Sizes Large Enough to Work on Mobile. Use Large Font Sizes. Compress Your Images and CSS.
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My personal recommendation is "Generatepress" theme. This is the most ultralight weight theme and also mobile friendly.
You can see the drastic performance improvement (in terms of website speed) on your website after implementing this theme.
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