oscommerce mobile responsive

We’ve created a mobile version of osCommerce!

oscommerce mobile responsive for oscommerce-2.2

Demos: http://www.herbal-pt.com or http://www.perfumaria.com.pt

oscommerce mobile responsive    oscommerce mobile responsive

Standard version: $70

Changes: $20/hour

– new products

– specials

– manufacturers

– catalog

– orders

– my account

– paypal, cod, transfer

– search

– aditional information

If you need more information contact: lojas@ptnet.net

Test your shop here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

oscommerce mobile responsive

oscommerce mobile responsive

Google has been known to offer contradictory advice on mobile SEO thus far and Google wanted to take a watch and listen approach to see how webmasters were implementing their mobile web sites. Now Google has come out with their official recommendations on how to build mobile web sites that work best for users and at the same time work well for Google.

In December 2011, Google introduced a new mobile user agent for Googlebot-Mobile Smartphones, which was responsible for detecting mobile content. Now Google is offering specific recommendations on which way to build your mobile sites.

Three Methods of Smartphone Mobile Site Design

Google says there are three basic configurations when going mobile, however they do seem to strongly recommend going with the responsive design approach.

  1. Sites that use responsive web design, i.e. sites that serve all devices on the same set of URLs, with each URL serving the same HTML to all devices and using just CSS to change how the page is rendered on the device. This is Google’s recommended configuration.
  2. Sites that dynamically serve all devices on the same set of URLs, but each URL serves different HTML (and CSS) depending on whether the user agent is a desktop or a mobile device.
  3. Sites that have a separate mobile and desktop sites.

Responsive Design Approach

Google says if possible, they recommend you go with the responsive design approach. This is where you use CSS3 media queries to alter the way the page renders on mobile devices. In this case, there is one URL, one content, one HTML code but CSS media queries to specify which CSS rules apply for the browser displaying the page. Google says the advantages of this method include having one URL making it easier for your users to interact with the page and enable Google’s “algorithms to assign the indexing properties to your content.” It is also more efficient when Google is crawling your content because Google doesn’t have to crawl multiple pages. oscommerce mobile responsive.

If you need more information contact: lojas@ptnet.net

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