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My website is rated as not mobile friendly but it would take virtually days to set up a Duda site and would have to work on it continuously as my main site changes. Would it be possible to just add some 'mobile friendly' pages to my main site where visitors with mobile devices are redirected to once they hit my main page? I would have to sacrifice too much to make my entire site mobile friendly. Or any other suggestion? www.springprairiemeats.com
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You can go to gomobi and pay $7 and it will convert your site to mobile and you just add the html code to your homepage and it directs mobile apps to the mobile site and go mobi.
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themieleman, Champion

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Use the Dudamobile option that Homestead provides. It's easy and free. It will update when you change your site.
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William S

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You can also turn the sync off DudaMobile pages individually, so if you have a certain page you want to keep the same, you can.
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But I have so much work into my current site www.springprairiemeats.com and Duda doesn't make it look quite the same. Is there anything I can do to my site at all to make it more mobile friendly. Is there code I can add to the site to change the page size/orientation when a mobile device connects, etc?
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To make a site mobile friendly, there are things that won't necessarily look the same. While you could use code, there isn't a snippet that you can add that will just make it work. You would likely need to do significant code work. This is why we partnered with Dudamobile, to help make it easier.

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