Thinking of using Duda to make site mobile

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Has anyone here used the Duda program to make their Homestead desktop site mobile friendly? I gave Duda my web address and their mobile version of my desktop site looks completely different from my desktop version. If I agree to let the site be mobile friendly with Duda's automatic mobile design, will my desktop version look like this strange new Duda version, also? :(

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My NOT use Duda. I had my site on Duda for over a year and it is a continuous battle to get it to look the way you want. And changes do not sync like you want them to. You're far better off investing a little time and totally recreating your site in the new Homestead Website Builder. Then you have a desktop and mobile version all in one and you can design exactly as you lease with one platform.
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Dudamobile was implemented to help make Sitebuilder sites mobile-friendly. You would also be able to edit the Dudamobile site after it attempts to sync your current website. The new Website Builder editor has a built-in mobile editor to make this process easier.

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