Automatic rendering for mobile terminals for sites on Google Sites

Automatic rendering for mobile terminals for sites on Google Sites

Luciano Cheng, Google Software Engineer, has published an important content in Google Docs today in which he talks about the automatic rendering that Google Sites performs for mobile devices that work under iOS3.0 + and Android 2.0+. This, due to the explosive growth that the mobile web has had lately, a factor that forces all who have a website to improve the experience of their mobile users. Just go to the General Settings area, More actions> Manage site. Clicking will automatically adjust your Google site for mobile terminals that run under the operating systems described above. Before After The most noticeable automatic changes include the alignment of the header and top bar layout Intelligent handling of the sidebars, horizontal navigation, dropdown and links Once this function has been activated, it is possible to emulate the page view on a phone mobile accessing more actions> Preview as spectator (mobile) You also have the possibility to hide some of the bottom links of your page to save space in the vertical display of the information. It is also very important that in addition to the emulation that you check the access and search of your website on a mobile terminal; That is the reason why Google has added mobile versions in the listing, search and navigation through the different categories of its Google Site.

For quick access to your Google Site, simply go to https://sites.google.com from any device with iOS 3.0+ or ‚Äč‚ÄčAndroid 2.2+ operating systems.

goes: Google Docs Blog