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Mobile Website

Mobile websites are specially designed for viewing mobile contents on Mobile Phones. Earlier websites were seen only on computers that contained large screens for viewing, and logical computational power and higher Internet speed. But mobile phones are smaller in screens and less powerful than a computer. The Internet connection used in mobile phones has also very slower speed. So, websites for computers cannot function well on mobile phones, it needs a special structure for mobile phones and for running on mobile phone; there is the need to create special websites for mobile phones.


Mobile web browsing is being very popular and widely accepted due to widespread proliferation of iPhones and other mobile appliances with surf-friendly interfaces. As a result mobile websites are being more important to offer a mobile-friendly alternative to current website.

The mobile site can be accessed by BlackBerry, iPhone, Treo, Smart phones, WAP phones, iPod Touch and most PDAs with various operating systems and wireless Internet connections.

Nowadays, web access has become very important no matter from where you are accessing the net. The ability of your customers to access your site depends upon the convenience of retrieving the site that plays a vital role in World Wide Web. Making your site user friendly as possible as you can on a computer is one thing while making sure that your site is available from a mobile platform is another.

How Are Mobile Website Different From Regular Web Pages…?

Mobile web pages are a whole new entity. Unlike desktop-friendly web pages, which are designed for large screens and precise mouse clicking, mobile web pages are sized for smaller screens and imprecise finger tapping. Additionally, modern websites are obliged to publish in both desktop and mobile formats, effectively requiring every web page to be created twice.

Different screen sizes

This is the most obvious difference between desktop and mobile web pages. While most desktop monitors are 19-inch to 24-inch diagonal size, tablets are commonly 10 inches diagonal. Smartphones are four inches diagonal. Simple zooming-out does not successfully convert a web page to being mobile-friendly, as this only makes the text unreadable. Similarly, finger-tapping becomes impossible to do accurately on a zoomed-out web page. Mobile web designers actually need to change their whole approach to page layout. Commonly, designers need to remove sidebars and unnecessary pictures, choose smaller pictures, increase font size, and collapse content into expandable widgets. This real estate limitation has driven a whole different kind of thinking amongst web designers.

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