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Our 2 cents on responsive design

The subject of responsive design has been coming up a lot lately, and I thought we should mention a couple of points regarding this trend, and how it might affect the industry and our customers.

First, what is responsive design?

Responsive Web Design (RWD) is an approach to coding a web page or a website in a fluid way, where the mobile page adapts to the screen size of the visitor, providing the optimal viewing experience (without having to scroll or zoom). With responsive design, the same HTML is displayed for all devices, and CSS media queries are used to trigger different CSS rules based on the device.

New features in piJnz: introducing mobile shopping cart and campaigns module (beta)

We are excited to announce a few latest additions to piJnz platform.

1. First, the mobile shopping cart.

Many of you have asked about it, and it is finally here! Now your mcommerce-enabled web sites have the ability to sell multiple items with one checkout. Your mobile visitors can add multiple products to their mobile shopping cart and update the cart contents as needed.

Announcing support for right-to-left languages (Hebrew, Arabic)

We are excited to announce that piJnz now fully supports mobile content in languages that are read from right to left (Hebrew and Arabic script). All you need to do is change your "text direction" option in site localization settings to "right-to-left", and the mobile content you add to the pages will follow that direction.More...

Mobile SEO Tips (part 2)

This is a second article in our series on Mobile SEO Tips, and how piJnz can help you get your mobile website or a landing page optimized for mobile searches.

In our previous article we talked about the differences between regular and mobile SEO, and how to avoid duplicate content penalties or situations where your mobile site is competing with your regular site in desktop searches.

Photoshop to piJnz: How to create a custom-designed mobile page based on Photoshop slices, piJnz drag-n-drop and "hot spots"

In a previous article and video we've shown how easy it is to be a true artist with piJnz. If you can do design, you can create truly amazing mobile experiences with piJnz, with no need for any coding. Simply drag the right widgets to your mobile page in Page Editor, including your design files produced in Photoshop or your favorite design program, and activate them with links or interactive actions on the spot. No programming is needed.

Here is another video on how piJnz can help your creative talent shine. This quick 4 minute video tutorial will show how to create a custom mobile page from a Photoshop image file using the Slices tool, piJnz drag-and-drop and hot spots:


Mobile SEO Tips (part 1)

We'd like to start a series of articles on Mobile SEO, and how piJnz can help get your mobile sites or landing pages optimized for the mobile searches.

First, let's talk about the differences between the PC (desktop) and mobile SEO.

When you publish a mobile website on its own URL (.mobi or m.), you need to be sure that your mobile website does not compete against your regular site in desktop search engine results (unless your regular desktop site is not ranking that well anyway, and you simply want something about you to show up when visitors are looking for your services or products). Or, even worse, Google may mistakenly assume that your desktop site is duplicating the content of your mobile site, and penalize your desktop site by removing it from search results entirely.