Google's changes for Mobile Friendly failed my most important sites. Luckily, I remembered I had installed something on a test site that was "Mobile Friendly".
Tested that site here:
It passed. So, I backed up my production sites, installed the WordPress WPTouch Mobile Friendly plugin and all of them passed Google's test for being mobile compatible.
Had to use Webmaster tools to check the latest results to see the change on a couple of sites but man, this plugin saved the day.
This is a fast, no-nonsense way to get a touch-enabled site. Of course you have be considerate of how the content on your pages is displayed. If you have divs with manual widths specified, chances are the mobile layout isn't going to be flawless. But if you design with resizable elements, this just plain works. I only made a few modifications to the default configuration and my site looks great on mobile!
After a nightmare day Yesterday testing new themes to replace our trusty Twenty Ten https://wordpress.org/support/topic/why-is-there-no-responsive-replacement-for-twenty-ten we decided to look for a plug in. wptouch was the only mobile/desktop switcher listed on the front page of the most popular plugins and we simply had to download and enable it - absolutely brilliant! We had worried our hard-coded text wrapping etc would be a problem but no. OK, the rendering is not perfect, but 90% perfect and Google says now our site is 100% mobile friendly, no ranking penalties.
This is a free plug-in and it works well.
Today is the day everyone is freaking out about how Google changed it's code and everyone's website will be messed up. I checked - we are fine. Why? This great plugin. I never have to worry about it. The website always looks like I expect it to look.
I use this on my own sites and those I administer. The pro version is worth the money for the extra features (had it on one site for a couple of years until we recoded it). But don't let that fool you. The free version is robust and definitely a keeper. Thank you for a great plugin.
It was just what I needed to make Google and viewers happy.
As google will be changing the search algorithm I decided to look for some nice mobile them plugin - and found this one. I had tried various other plugins but non of them worked as seamlessly and produced such nice results like this one. Great work!
I'd also pay for premium but I'll have to test a bit more; also 59USD seems a bit steep... will decide later. But it's most probably worth the money.
I used this Plugin two years ago at a different page. A few days ago I started a new blog and installed it again and I┬┤m fascinated how far it has come!
Everything you need and want to have at your blog is possible with this Plugin. No matter why a symbol for the benchmarks on iphones or android phones, or the symbols of the menue points.
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