Is Homestead.....like Square Space...going to make changes to the Site Builder so that our websites will look good/easy to shop even on Cell Phones?

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Website looks good even on Cell Phones?

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I think you are referring to what is called responsive design. We've had a few requests for this but it's currently not in the plans to change.  However there is growing popularity for this as it seems to have benefits over maintaining a regular site and a mobile site, so I am really hoping our developers and managers move this direction. 

Mike 
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Mike....I have been using Homestead since 1999 for over 200 Websites for friends all over the world!  http://www.sam1234.com  ....but it seems Homestead is dragging its feet and deleting features that were great in the past but are now not available or have been changed to include a link to Homestead?  Shame......why does a great product/company have to 'fool around' with their product deleting its value?  ........sigh
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Thanks for your comments.  I realize there are numerous requests for features that have not been developed. Unfortunately there were several plans for upgrades that had to be put on hold. After Homestead was sold by Intuit to EIG, there have been a lot of back end systems migrations and upgrades that must be made forcing several things to be put on hold.  It may take some time but at some point, you'll likely see some expanded offerings and/or different site builder tools.  

Mike 

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