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October 13th 2015 - Posted by to Mobile, Responsive

There are two popular ways that you can make your site "mobile-friendly". Both will result in a site which gets a nice big green tick on Google's "mobile-friendly" test tool - but we can only recommend one of them.

In this article I am going to outline the two most popular methods; what they do, how the differ, the benefits and the disadvantages.