Configure web pages to function like a Mobile Web App
When mobile website visitors create a "Bookmark" of a web page on any Smartphone Home screen, you are allowing them ONE TAP access to your web content!
These 3 simple web page configuration changes, allow mobile visitors a Mobile Web App User Experience (UX)!
1Implement Apple Touch Icons on every web page. This involves creating several small images of your business logo and updating every web page so that the business logo is referenced on every page.
2Add a unique meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-title" content="?????????" Meta tag to every web page.
3Android devices do not use this Meta tag so, change the web page title to match the content="?????????" name on every web page.
Configure web pages to use Open Graph Protocol graphics to drive more Social Media traffic to your web site
The Open Graph Protocol has been around since 2010 and it tells social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Text
Messaging Apps what graphic information to display when anyone receives a link to a web page!
Most businesses already have a Social Media Presence however, the vast majority of web developers fail to configure each web page with Open Graph Protocol graphics.
1Downloaded over the network (Cellular or Internet)
Not all Smartphones have the same processing power to perform these functions!
You are going to be very surprised when you compare IOS vs. Android Single Core and Multi Core GeekBench 5 Benchmark scores:
✔ Verify that there are No CSS3 Errors on the CSS3 component of the web page!
✔ Minify CSS3 code of the web page to reduce the Total Page Size!
Image Graphics Check List
Images take a very large percent of the web page size and need to be optimized by
choosing the correct image size for the device and compression. An image should be used to grab the web
site visitor's attention and convey the desired message. External links within the web page can be used to further explain and validate the desired message that you are trying to convey and are not loaded when the page is originally