How to Optimise My WordPress Website to Work on Android Devices?
Do you know that 46.5% of web traffic in the UK comes from mobile devices? Going by this figure, almost half the visitors to your website do so from their mobile phones. As a website owner, you can’t afford to ignore your mobile visitors. Perhaps you are already wondering, how to make your WordPress website mobile friendly? The best solution is to hire a website design Manchester agency. However, if you’d like to try something simpler, here are some things you could do to make your WordPress website mobile friendly.
Use Jetpack by WordPress
Jetpack is a nifty little plugin from the team at WordPress. This plugin features a ton of features catering to a wide range of requirements. The Mobile Theme is one amazing feature that Jetpack boasts of. Once you activate this module, Jetpack will override your website’s mobile version. Simply put, when someone visits your website on a mobile device, the Jetpack Mobile theme will take over. The Mobile Theme from Jetpack follows the highest SEO standards, and the code is perfectly optimised, loads in a blink and is visually stunning. What’s more, it’s completely free. A better solution, of course, is to build a completely new website. In fact, a responsive website is not as expensive as you may believe. Blue Whale Media builds responsive websites starting £295 +VAT. Get in touch with our website design Manchester agency today.
Steer Clear of Common SEO Fumbles
Make sure your website does not have any SEO errors. For starters, check how your website looks in the search results. You can do so using the Google Search Console. If there are any problems with your website, the Google Search Console will show them to you. You can now fix those errors. Ensure that the robots.txt file or the sitemap on your website is not misconfigured. This ensures that Google is not blocked from accessing your website. Fix broken links or bad redirects. A good way to fix your SEO is to download Yoast SEO. This plugin will make SEO a breeze. You can improve the SEO of every page/post on your site using this nifty plugin.
Optimise the Images
Although WordPress will automatically optimise the images you upload in different sizes, you can do so using EWWW Image Optimiser. This WordPress plugin is all you need to optimise your images. It supports lossless compression.
There you go. Implement these three tips to make your WordPress website work on android, and for that matter, any mobile device. For best results, contact Blue Whale Media. Our website design Manchester team will build a custom website for you. Talk to us today.