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Many people have moved on from using computers and laptops to access the Internet, and now browse the web through tablets or mobile phones. It’s a simple and convenient way – mobile phones have come a long way in the last twenty years and now it’s possible to access almost as much information as you can from a computer, but without having to own additional devices.

The majority of popular and commonly-used websites have separate styles for desktop and mobile browsers to make them easily accessible in both formats. For less used sites, such as small businesses or school websites, there are options to automatically scale the information to fit the screen of a mobile phone. This is ideal for many and usually works without any problems, but it’s important to check it out for yourself to ensure there are no hiccups.

A couple of common problems you may encounter include your logo or pictures not fitting the screen properly, text running off the screen or menus disappearing, meaning users are restricted to just your home page. With a quick online search or an alternative mobile version of your logo or header, these problems are usually easy to fix. It can take a little extra time, but it is definitely worthwhile – you don’t want to alienate potential customers or clients.