This approach means that our own website probably won't 100% validate on a specific mobile site checker (such as W3C) because we have not made the website specific for mobiles because they constitute such a small percentage of visitors (currently less than half a percent of our visitors are using an iphone, less than half a percent are using ipad and less than 2% are using android devices), but it will still validate as proper HTML 4.01 and CSS 3 and should now display much better on mobiles for those visitors choosing to use them. There seems to be a major push to make everything mobile friendly, but the reality is (using statistics on all the visitors) that this is unfounded. The majority of visitors are using windows based desktop devices. So as much as the mobile users wish to consider themselves the majority (as you do see everyone on their mobile devices constantly), the reality is much different. They are probably all just updating their facebook page, or being twits.
We still have not updated all our applications to this new adaptive layout, so a few may still have slight display issues on very low resolution devices (like mobiles), but the majority of the content should display fine.
During the time since our last news post, we have been developing heaps of new applications and enhancing the existing ones by adding many new features and options. Our CMS administration layout has been totally redesigned to be more adaptive too and there's many new tools and icons available to help perform tasks much more efficiently.
So if you are looking for a website design that sets you apart from your competition, then why not contact us for a quote. Let us know what you need and we'll make it happen.
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