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If I Show Mobile User A Minimized Mobile Version Then What Will Be Imp


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#1 Sykat

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Posted 23 February 2015 - 11:19 AM

Mysiite is in WP and bit different than typical wordpress blog. So I decided to built a theme myself and I had 0 experience. Last week, I struggled hard and created a theme of my own somehow.
My theme is pretty good but not mobile friendly. It even won't be nice for mobile if I makeit responsive... so I want to create a mobile version under the theme. It will be like that
as example, home.php--->

if (!wp_is_mobile()) :
include 'single_m.php'; // a mobile template
elseif :
/*current page codes */
endif;

(and is this code right?)

So, If I do this, then users from mobile and pc actually view bit different (30%) contents than each other in same page. I want to know what will be impact in SEO? I searched this issue but didn't find any clue.

 

 

P.S: I just registered and am not a spammer... But as a newbie I am bit confused. That welcome message sceared me.. I think reffering wordpress isn't spam, is it?



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 23 February 2015 - 01:22 PM

if (!wp_is_mobile()) :

That code does say;

 

If NOT is_mobile == (if mobile is false)

 

the ! being the inversion/negation operator. 

 

 

 

 

 

I think reffering wordpress isn't spam, is it?

 

Any link can be taken as spamming, so live links are simply not allowed until we know we can trust you.

 

 

AND it is really nothing to with "SEO" as such but having a site that is 'mobile friendly' may improve the "Site Experience" for users who are browsing on 'mobile devices' 



#3 thejfoster42

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Posted 04 May 2015 - 11:00 PM

Eh, mobile-friendly does sort of relate to SEO since the mobile-geddon update.

 

That aside, most of what you're trying to do with your site can be accomplished with the theme's stylsheet, and it will be much simpler to do it that way than to load new page templates. (display: inline-block; is your best friend)

 

Alternatively, you can donwload the Jetpack plugin, it comes with a mobile theme that works reasonably well if you just want something to show your visitors that's more attractive than a bunch of scroll bars.



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Posted 05 May 2015 - 10:53 AM

 

 

Eh, mobile-friendly does sort of relate to SEO since the mobile-geddon update.

 

No it does not', unless your idea of SEO is just about  'rankings'






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