Adding a "Call Us" button etc. for...

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You should also be thinking about hiding the "call now" button for laptop/desktop sizes because unless your visitor has an app or widget installed it won't work & the user will get a message to install an app or widget, which isn't a good idea or experience for your visitors.
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Melissa Rhiannon wrote:
Good advice Wayan.

I haven't been to Analytics in awhile, but it shows that 48.96% is mobile, 48.66% is desktop, and 2.38% is tablet ( is that mobile too? ).


Great now you know that it is very important then that the mobile sizes, need to be effective on your site. (on my site I had only 23 visits last month from mobile devices, and 20 of them were from me & my friend in England :lol::lol: who checked it out on his apple phone, so for me although I make it responsive for mobiles, it's not as important / critical as for laptop/desktop)

Good luck with your updating etc

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Inger wrote:
Yes, tablets are mobile devices.

Maybe you ought to have the call button on the other page too? After all, you have a 'Call now' with the phone number.


Oh no. :lol: I just got it on the front page. Not gonna hide it now. If someone is using a desktop, they can still see the text to call with. :P
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
You should also be thinking about hiding the "call now" button for laptop/desktop sizes because unless your visitor has an app or widget installed it won't work & the user will get a message to install an app or widget, which isn't a good idea or experience for your visitors.


Don't even know if that can be done, Wayan. When I click it on my desktop, it just asks what app to use. So I can either install an app to dial it for me ( say I have a phone app on my desktop ) or just call the visible number.
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Melissa Rhiannon wrote:
Wayan Jaya wrote:
You should also be thinking about hiding the "call now" button for laptop/desktop sizes because unless your visitor has an app or widget installed it won't work & the user will get a message to install an app or widget, which isn't a good idea or experience for your visitors.


Don't even know if that can be done, Wayan. When I click it on my desktop, it just asks what app to use. So I can either install an app to dial it for me ( say I have a phone app on my desktop ) or just call the visible number.


select the button (any breakpoint)
go to the class selector ( in styles panel) select the insert foundation class dropdown menu type in "hide" from the choices select "hide for large only" from the choices------- boom its hidden for laptop.desktop,

its up to you really, but knowing how most people think, it isn't a good experience to click on a link, expecting that link to do something, only to be told to do something else first. for your laptop/desktop, they have the tel number to dial as they have always had previously
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Wayan, her site isn't Foundation, it was built with Coffeegrinder. I don't know what classes it has, maybe something similar. But I can't look it up, I haven't got RSD1.5 any more.
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Inger wrote:
Wayan, her site isn't Foundation, it was built with Coffeegrinder. I don't know what classes it has, maybe something similar. But I can't look it up, I haven't got RSD1.5 any more.


Ahhh yes I forgot about it being the old RSD

Melssa forget my previous post.
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:P OK, well thanks for trying. :-) And thanks for helping me, to at least get this implemented! :D
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By the way, here's Google's page on landing page quality. I'm going to see if I can work on these things to.

Like I mentioned, their rep said that on 3g, it takes 4 seconds for my main page to load. And I doubt that most people even read all that text that I have there, so...

https://support.google.com/google-ads/a … &hl=en
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