At the moment, I have received some kind help from VV support, giving some clues to achieve some compatiblity: "As for the images, they don't resize (actually some mobile browser do resize them when you zoom but that's all): you should not use very large images to have a good mobile design. As for texts, make sure to use the Carriage Return key (the big one on the rightside of the keyboard) only at the paragraph end."
But still I cannot get anything to work. Please, can anybody give me an example of a website (made with ewe or 1site) that is fully compatible with new google standards?
It will be a lot of help for me, as I could see how it is built and how tables work...
A million thanks for the support!
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: May 3rd, 2015, 8:55am
The google test is often broken, as it is obvious that a software robot can only supply a esteem, that often does more harm than advantage.
Test the website on a mobile device yourself, and do modifications if needed. If you follow the suggestion in the chapter "Graphics and paging pages" of the PDF manual, the website is "reflowable" and so will be good on mobile and all small devices. We suggest creating "good" websites, good for any devices, since 1998, and the base has never changed: *never use fixed designs* (repeat with us 10 times)
You can either ignore that google stuff, or after a test on a real mobile device, you can write google and tell them: your test is broken, my pages are good on mobile but your test page says it is not. As for us, we are sorry but we can not fix what is not broken, and we can not provide solutions different from what the solutions have always been!
By the way it is also possible to create a second website specifically for smartphones, for example in a specific folder ( e.g. www.yoursite.com/mobile/ ) - you create a second AEH file and you publish it in the subfolder (there is a subfolder creation button, then double click the folder to enter it), rather than in the main folder.
To direct the mobile devices automatically there, you could insert in the head of the "normal" website (Insert >HTML > At page start (HEAD) ):