Try WIX. They have a editor whereas your mobile is viewable and some content hidden. Cheap.thanks, Im going to work on that, but my hosting/template provider updates and controls how pages/websites show on mobile phones, i guess i have to send them a message and find out what can they do to fix that.
thank you so much for your input.
have a great day!
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It looks like a template
It IS Wix. And they're notoriously flimsy when it comes to SEO.Try WIX. They have a editor whereas your mobile is viewable and some content hidden. Cheap.
Lol great. So the iPhone tester site don't work on my iPhone. Perhaps they should run their site through a iPhone tester site.HandyFeller said:It IS Wix. And they're notoriously flimsy when it comes to SEO. But you can follow the directions here: http://www.wix.com/support/main/html5/stats-seo/building-your-website-seo-mind And improve the usage of keywords in your FAQ. Also, it doesn't work at all on mobile. That should be a higher priority than SEO, in my opinion. Enter the url here: http://iphonetester.com/
On my iPhone the top is all misaligned and on the first picture the green lettering is very hard to read.
Something maybe wrong with your phone...:whistling
I don't usually agree with these guys as they always have one intention and that is to sell themselves, but I agree with this pretty much 100%.Definitely looks like a template and not a very good one. The first thing that grabbed my attention is the wasted screen real estate at the top. I'm a firm believer in good use of "white space" but that is way overboard.
I didn't dig into the code but I did a quick test in a couple additional browsers after seeing the comments so far and your layout is all over the place. There's no allowance for older browsers so most of your content is unavailable if some retiree who didn't upgrade visits your site. Without confirming your code, the evidence suggests that browser resets were not used. That is a bit technical but what it means is sloppy programing that allows every browser to do as it pleases which makes your site layout very unreliable. Browser resets force all browsers to zero out so you get to control the behavior.
Find a theme or template that uses either HTML5 Boilerplate or Bootstrap and you'll be in far better shape. StudioPress themes for WP are recommended and very well designed. The demos though are somewhat bland because they're intended to be customized. Review the Showcase examples to get a better idea of each theme's potential. I am most definitely not a fan of Wix. This is all too typical of the junk I see from them.
I don't want to seem too harsh, it's really the bogus product you were working with. Had you used something that isn't a hamster on a treadmill under the hood you'd be getting better results.