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Originally published by Pramod Jain on Thu, 03/10/2011 - 10:28
Rich content of a Drupal website looks good on a large screen, but is, at best, difficult to read and use on a small screen of a smart phone. This article will describe a way to customize a drupal website so that it works well on both big and small screens. Following a list of desired functionality:
Ability to detect that a website is being accessed by a mobile device
If you're using Drupal version 7 and are looking for Lightbox, it's not available. Lightbox 2 should work in Drupal 7, but it's currently, as of the writing, in Beta.
Posted on Wordtracker by Mark Nunney on 12 November 2011
From Search Engine Watch - October 10, 2011
Before beginning a search engine optimization (SEO) project, it is important to understand the process involved in an effective SEO campaign. To that end, we break the process down into the five steps shown below and describe the activities involved in each of these steps.
One of the most common problems in websites is the same content being available at both the WWW and non-WWW versions of a domain.
Here is a great video from the team at SEOMOZ on whiteboarding an SEO checklist for new websites.