A majority of the internet ecosystem is now being browsed from mobile devices. This is a reason enough for webmasters to ensure that their websites and blogs are mobile-friendly.
This brings to the question, what exactly is a ‘mobile-friendly’ website?
A quick Google search brought me up this definition:
So how to make a website mobile-friendly?
If you use WordPress, there are a plethora of plug-ins that makes a website mobile friendly, by adding necessary codes and juices on to your themes. Additionally, to keep up with the competition and trends, many blog themes have already started making it mobile-friendly right out of the box.
If you are using Blogger from Google (BlogSpot), then there is still bright chances to ensure your free blog is mobile friendly. Here’s what you need to do:
After logging in to your Blogger dashboard, go to ‘Template‘ -> you will see a ‘settings’ gear icon to change it to a mobile-friendly blog.
After clicking on the settings gear icon, you will see the following popup where-in you can select your choice: change it to ‘Yes. Show mobile template on mobile devices.’
How to check, as per Google, if a website is mobile-friendly?
Google Webmaster Tools has an awesome tool to test if a blog or website is mobile-friendly: