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ClickFunnels: Making Your Site Mobile-Friendly

Published on 26 Nov 2018 / In Clickfunnels

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Why we need to make our site mobile responsive: 0:25

Quick way I use to make my site mobile responsive: 2:36

One more thing to consider: 10:54

Hey all!

In this video, I show you a quick way I use to make my ClickFunnels site mobile responsive.

Nowadays, there is a lot of traffic coming mainly through mobile devices, and if your webpage is not optimized for it... you're missing out a lot!

When I first realized that I could make my ClickFunnels page mobile-responsive, I was happy. However, that also meant that I had to do a TON of work on the desktop version AND the mobile version, and anything I changed on the mobile version would affect my desktop version as well. So I needed to select one element at a time to ensure that that particular element would look good in either version. But that caused a lot of confusion and frustration.

So instead, I made life easier by simply cloning every single section I had in my funnel and making one section 'desktop only' and the other one 'mobile only'. This way, I was able to make specific changes to either variation without affecting the other!

In the video, I go over the specific changes that I made only in mobile view, such as padding, font size, or CSS coding. If you copy a section and create the 2nd version mobile only, you will also need to create another CSS code for your other version. This is a good thing since you don't want to meddle in your CSS code too much since some changes may look good in desktop view, but others may only look good in mobile.

Also, you may want to play it safe and check your mobile view in different browsers. In our example where I used Chrome, everything looked fine until I went to Internet Edge and saw that the mobile view there was a bit skewed. This MAY also mean that your mobile view to some users may be skewed as well... so I would open up that browser in 'edit' mode and edit everything there as well.

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