Tag Archives: responsive design

How does a mobile-friendly website design increase your conversion rate?

A lot of users may go on your website on their smartphones, so it is a good idea for your website to be responsive, i.e. mobile friendly. It will allow users to find what they need fast and easy, rather … Continue reading

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What is the best way to test responsive web design?

You can check out how your website looks on various devices with the UltimateWB Responsive Check Tool. Got a techy/website question? Whether it’s about UltimateWB or another website builder, web hosting, or other aspects of websites, just send in your … Continue reading

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How can I make my website compatible with all browsers and mobiles?

Make it responsive and make sure you are not using any incompatible coding. You can do this easily with UltimateWB – it has a built-in responsive app. Got a techy/website question? Whether it’s about UltimateWB or another website builder, web … Continue reading

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Why do some websites scale as you shrink/grow window to fit content, usually news sites do this, Google and Amazon as an example, do not, is there a way to force it on those that don’t, or is it just how they’re designed, running macos if it matters?

They have responsive design, to be user friendly. It’s how they are coded. You could design your website to be responsive without any coding, using a website builder like UltimateWB – but you would need access as the admin to … Continue reading

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Do web designers design two separate sites (one for mobile and one for desktop) or is there a way they can do it in a single file? If so, how do they do it?

No, it’s one website – we just make it responsive to work on all devices. That means the website automatically reformats based on a user’s device screen size. You can do it via the website’s stylesheet. If you’re using a … Continue reading

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How do you make a website responsive (HTML, CSS, and development)?

Google “@media query” to learn the coding – you put those in css, and connect it to your html. You can also do it very fast and easy with UltimateWB – the built-in styles manager has a responsive app and … Continue reading

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How do I convert my site to mobile?

Make it responsive. You can do this easily with UltimateWB. It has a built-in responsive app in the styles manager. You can design your own website style and then turn on the responsive app and configure it how you want. … Continue reading

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How do you make a website look the same on mobile and desktop devices?

If you want it to look exactly the same, don’t make it responsive, i.e. so it wouldn’t reformat automatically based on the user’s device size. A more user friendly option would though to make it responsive, and just make sure … Continue reading

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How can I convert my e-commerce website into a mobile app and ensure that both are integrated together, e.g., if I add a product to cart on the website, it has to be reflected on the app?

You can automatically make a mobile version of your website by making the design responsive. This is easy to do with UltimateWB – it has a built-in responsive app. No experience necessary. Having a website responsive makes it automatically reformat … Continue reading

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Still using iWeb? Top 6 reasons you shouldn’t be. Upgrade!

If you haven’t heard of iWeb, it may be because of the #1 reason that you shouldn’t be using it to create your website: 1) Apple no longer supports iWeb, the website developing creation tool for Mac, and they haven’t … Continue reading

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