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vbAdvanced CMPS Mobile Friendly
by GHRake
10 May 2016 20:44

Been trying to make vbAdvanced 4.3.0 CMPS for VB4.2.3 Mobile Friendly, I've managed to get my mobile score from 48 to 60 on Google PageSpeed Insights but am still failing the mobile friendly test.

I followed these directions(looking at you TheLastSuperman :P )

But all it did was break my mobile style on the CMPS :(

I think it might be time to switch to the the built in Vbulletin CMS if I can't get this to pass in the next couple of days. Thanks in advance for your advice.

TheLastSuperman 10 May 2016 21:00

Ahh I did write that for URLJet :cool: and it worked great for me and quite a few since then sorry to hear you're having issues!

Site url? Also you saw my note at the bottom of the article right? This one...
Quote:

Originally Posted by TheLastSuperman
Please Note: The templates in the file provided are from vBa CMPS ver4.2.1, the most current is vBa CMPS ver4.3.0 as of 10/21/2015. So with that being said, if you run a new version such as 4.3.0 or higher and notice any issues – simply edit your default styles vBA templates and carefully copy the template contents then paste over the same templates in the default mobile style which will ensure all the templates are from the current version you have installed.

You mentioned CMPS 4.3.0 so it could require some adjustment.

GHRake 10 May 2016 21:18

http://guidedhacking.com I'm editing it live so beware :P and yeah I saw your note

TheLastSuperman 10 May 2016 21:34

When I switch to mobile it's a desktop style, you're trying to make the mobile style "mobile friendly" correct? Unless you're working in the default mobile style, my article won't apply.

TheLastSuperman 12 May 2016 21:09

Okay so to update everyone, I had a chance to take a look at this and I did end up getting the CMPS working on the default mobile style.

I've updated the article listed in the post above to include a 4.3.0 template xml file.

Please Note: While the CMPS can display on the default mobile style with some adjustments, your widget content can still cause it to not pass the "Mobile Friendly" test i.e. if links are too close together or if using stacked images that are also links - it truly depends on your widget content. Making adjustments to widgets and other issues listed will result in it finally passing.

TheLastSuperman 21 May 2016 23:17

http://www.vbadvanced.com/forum/show...Google-Penalty!

GHRake 22 May 2016 02:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheLastSuperman (Post 2571152)

Literally just saw that 5 seconds ago! But I'm gonna ditch vbAdvanced someday soon anyways since this was too complicated on my site and meager skills

designguy 17 Jun 2016 15:14

I have installed the modifications to make vba cmps mobile friendly, and it works more or less cosmetically, but the problem I'm running up against is that mobile is not detected on vba cmps at all so I can't get Google to recognize that it is mobile friendly because it defaults to the regular template. The rest of the site detects mobile just fine. Is there a workaround to make vba cmps detect as mobile as well?


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