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The Good News Is That Your Site Is No Longer A Disaster On A Tablet
Monday, February 20, 2012


The bad news is its need to become even more adaptive and touch-friendly. I just did a spot check of about two-dozen magazine brand destinations on my iPad Safari browser and generally most look a lot better now than they did 18 months ago. Or at least most don’t look broken on the first page. Gone are...


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