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Five Ways to Make Your Website Tablet-Friendly

October 21, 2011  

You're seeing tablets more and more: on subways, in planes and in waiting rooms. To ensure you don't miss out during this cultural switch in reading habits, a number of publications have covered ways to ensure your site is tablet-friendly.

We've decided to highlight the tips provided by CIK Marketing, as they're practical and immediately useful. Here are five:

Avoid Flash. Adobe's Flash technology doesn't work on Apple mobile devices— and Flash tends to weigh sites down in any case. Substitute flash with HTML5 or JavaScript, which provide the same cool effects.


Ditch the drop-down menus. Instead, consider a showcase page for different sections of the site, better enabling tablet users to find all available subpages. If you want to keep your drop-down menus, create visual cues (like arrows) that show users the menu can be opened and expanded.

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