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Hi

The company that i work for has a website up & running. We want to know what is the best settings we can possibly have to make it function & look professional on an individuals mobile phone or a tablet. We are currently dissatisfied on how the website looks & functions on the mobile - what can we do to change it?

Our website is www.a1telecomms.co.za

We are using Joomla 3.0 to operate this website.

Can you help pls.....

TX
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You will want to seek out a "responsive" template.  It looks like you are trying to do this on your own and if you want to continue down that route, I would suggest a library like http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/index.html or http://foundation.zurb.com and if you want to go at it completely raw you should read up on using media queries https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/CSS/Media_queries.

I seem to remember making this suggestion to you in the past.  Let's face it, the design skills here are laking.  You can get a template for joomla for $30 US to $150 US.   I would strongly suggest doing that to capture a professional look.
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Okay - 1 more thing. I am using Joomla 3.0 & i have downloaded this template cleanlogic - do you know if it has a mobile interface built in?
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I don't know anything about that.  Your should see if the template is responsive or not before you buy it.
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Say, Has anyone used the Crosstec template we are using and can you tell us how to make it compatible for mobile devices?
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I know in the past I gave you sources for some very good templates that would be responsive.
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