Do you have a business website, and wish to get a mobile version of it designed, in order to attract more customers? Well, then you should get started on it as quickly as possible. Drupal seamlessly supports mobile technologies, and with the help of a host of add-ons, can help you ensure that the website will be accessible via all major mobile devices, including Apple’s iPad and iPhone. Even Android powered smartphones can easily open pages on a website built and hosted using Drupal.
The best thing about using Drupal is that it is so simple to understand and use, provided the developer has excellent knowledge of PHP. If you do not know much, or even anything about PHP, it’s not a problem. Simply hire an experienced PHP developer or a reputed web development company and get the site designed. You will have to make the calls on a few of the elements though. These include:
1. Layout of the mobile site: Sure, the developer you hired probably has excellent experience in coding on PHP. However, that does not mean he will be able to make a choice of which layout would look good on your website, which one would fit better on a mobile screen, and so on. If you happen to have some ideas about those, feel free to provide suggestions to the developer as he works. Of course, if you have enlisted the assistance of a reputed web development company, then you may not to do this either. The visualizer appointed by the company should get that done.
2. Theme of the website: Remember, many mobile devices will not have enough memory to load themes with heavy graphics. Make sure that the theme being used in your website does not take long to load. You may also assist the Drupal developer, suggesting the kind of themes that you would like to see on your website.
Why wait any longer to get the Drupal version of your business website built, then? Look for a reputed Drupal development company, and get the website developed as quickly as possible. Start now, and maybe you will still have enough time to gain an edge over your competitors.
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