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    FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

    by rp.alaxendrabets ·

    I have a website for assignment help.
    I have built in WordPress, but I am facing mobile usability issues on most of my posts.
    Kindly, someone share beneficial tips to solve this issues
    thanks

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      Re: mobile website

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      Many tips in https://www.google.com/search?q=wordpress+responsive . If you feel you can’t do this yourself, hire a freelancer to do it for you.

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      FACING MOBILE USIBILITY

      by syedaribali67 ·

      In reply to FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      Hi
      use responsive wordpress theme and optimize your post conetnt.

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      Reply To: FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      by birdmantd ·

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      Never forget that a PC version of an internet site looks vastly different on a mobile application and the site would need to accommodate each version or have more than one address if you can’t integrate them.

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      by luciamartyn522 ·

      In reply to FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      Test your theme that it is mobile responsive or not. If you are not using mobile friendly theme use a mobile responsive theme. Optimize images and try to reduce the number of plugins. Use lazy load. check

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      by sehartalokar ·

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      Check Responsiveness: Use Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test tool (replaced by Lighthouse, see https://developer.chrome.com/docs/lighthouse/overview/ ) to verify how your website renders on different devices.
      Choose a Responsive Theme: Ensure your WordPress theme is specifically designed to adapt to various screen sizes and resolutions. Consider popular responsive themes like Astra, GeneratePress, or OceanWP.
      Test Theme Customization: If you’ve customized your theme, double-check that the modifications haven’t inadvertently broken responsiveness. Test on multiple devices and adjust styling as needed.
      Font Size and Readability: Adjust font sizes to be easily readable on mobile devices (generally 16px or above). Test different sizes to find the optimal comfort level.
      Line Length and Paragraph Breaks: Keep line lengths shorter (around 40-60 characters) and use frequent paragraph breaks to improve readability on small screens.
      Images and Videos: Optimize images for mobile by resizing them appropriately and using lazy loading to prevent slow loading times. Ensure videos have responsive embeds or mobile-friendly versions.

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      Reply To: FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      by johnnyross437 ·

      In reply to FACING MOBILE USIBILITY ISSUES ON MY WEBSITE

      If you are getting the mobile usibility issue then it is better to use the responsive theme or if you have CSS knowledge then use the media query. WordPress has all the themes are mobile response.

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