If you have used Google Sites to create your online presence for either your personal or business website. You might to interested to learn that Google has this week rolled out a new feature to its Google Sites services which now automatically renders your site in a mobile format for iOS 3.0+ and Android 2.2+ devices.
The most noticeable automatic adjustments include; aligning the header layout and top bar, fitting the width of the site to match the device’s width and smart handling of sidebars, horizontal navigation, and dropdown links within your site.
To enable the new features all you need do is go to the General settings under More actions > Manage site and clicking on Automatically adjust site for mobile phones. This will then enable Google to automatically adjust your website whenever it’s viewed from either an iOS or Android 2.2+ device.
More information about the feature can be found on the Google blog post.
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