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Google Announces Mobile Website Guidelines and Recommendations, Finally!

It's official!  Google has finally announced guidelines and recommendations on how to build mobile websites that work best for users and Google.

 

Google recommends building your mobile site with a responsive design approach.  This means that your mobile site uses the same URL as your main site, and serves the same HTML, but uses CSS to change how the page is shown on the device.  Google says this is best since one URL makes it easier on users and Google doesn't have to crawl multiple pages on different URLs.

 

Their second-best option?  Device-specific HTML.  This means that the same URL is used, but the mobile version serves different HTML and CSS depending on the device that is detected.

 

All of this is a little technical, so make sure you talk to your car dealership mobile website provider to see which approach they are taking.  You can read the full release from Google here: Recommendations for building smartphone-optimized websites.

Chris Costner
Thank you Ali for the heads up. Mobile is gaining more momentum every single day and this is great to help make things a little bit easier with our designs.
Mike Slough
Thanks for this updation and yes after a lot of work on computer now technology moves to mobiles phones an market competition also goes up. LPG conversion specialist

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