Looks normal, right? Have you ever checked out a website (from your mobile device) and had to scroll, pan and/or zoom-in to be able to read it (because the text or content ran off the screen)? Websites were designed for desktop/laptop use; and since smartphones with integrated mobile browsers have become the usual way people are now viewing websites it was difficult to navigate since they were originally designed to fit a desktop screen without having to scroll and zoom in.
FACT: Two out of three people are now using a mobile device to access the internet.
That being said, it is more crucial than ever that a business has a site with a compatible viewing format across the board, no matter what size screen.
They look similar, right? You may have had issues with scrolling, panning and zooming in the past; however, the next time you access JustMyVoice.com (with your mobile device) you'll have minimal issues with scrolling and zooming.
JustMyVoice.com is now a 'Responsive Web Designed' site.
A term coined in 2010, 'responsive web design' is a technique aimed at providing an optimal viewing experience, making it easier to read and navigate a website with minimal resizing, panning, and scrolling. While desktops may display three columns on screen, a responsive website will allow a mobile device to reduce this to one column, while maintaining proportions for user-friendly viewing.
Contact your site's host for more into.
by Rich Brennan