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    Hi Sir,

    How to turn website into mobile optimization or mobile friendly.



    Hello Arun,

    We apologize for not being able to respond earlier.

    We believe eCommerce Gem is 100% responsive and mobile friendly theme. Can you please let us know what is your exact issue?

    Please provide us a screenshot of the issue and URL of the site.

    Team ProDesigns



    This means that in websites crawling, the priority is given to mobile-optimized sites. It becomes extremely important for site owners: if you want to improve your website rankings and stay on top in SERPs, make it mobile-friendly.



    I’m looking for the suggestion that whether this theme can improve the responsiveness of my client’s website or not. You can check how does it look currently.

    URL: http://bestsmokerchoice.com/



    Yes I am also working on this task for my new https://bestryzenproducts.com/ blog that I recently made on WordPress its just going to complete next week.



    What about using the AMP? Is AMP compatible with prodesigns theme? I am looking to apply this on my website:

    URL: https://paintballreal.com/



    The number one reason why your website might be failing to work on a mobile device is that it is simply not mobile responsive. This means the website doesn’t proportionally resize to different size screens. This isn’t going to create an intuitive experience on mobile. Fix these issues. Learn more on https://starprocombat.co.uk/boxing/protective-gear/shin-guards.html



    Check out my website : https://www.krogerfeed.info/ I have done al these things.
    – Test Your Site Using Google’s Mobile-Friendly Tool.
    – Use a Responsive WordPress Theme.
    – Choose a Reliable Web Host.
    – Improve Your Site’s Loading Times.
    – Redesign Your Pop-Ups for Mobile Devices.
    – Enable Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
    – Create a Mobile App.



    You can get from from my brand new blog https://reviewlog.org/



    Choose a mobile-responsive theme or template. Strip back your content. Make images and CSS as light as possible. Avoid Flash. Change button size and placement. Space out your links.
    Use a large and readable font. Eliminate pop-ups.




    We are looking for best professional theme for below site. Let us know which one gives professional look.
    reference: https://cricfacts.com/

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