OK, had a look on a smartphone and the profile and hubs look great! I can see there is a need to break the text up more though (for example I had a large text block with pics down the right side and in mobile this is a GIANT text block with about 6 pics underneath. Still, people can read it about 120% better than before and that's what is very important.
I think it looks great! The hubs look very nice with pics and videos. The only problem I've noticed is that when I click on a YT video, it brings up a screen with more choices and I can't get the video to play. I've tried it on a few of my hubs.
Unless I am missing it somewhere, the new stats page layout no longer has the "graph" button. Was that just inadvertently been overlooked with the new design? Or was it dropped for some reason. Really would be nine to have that back. It's useful to have a visual graph of how we are doing.
My reply was to paradigmsearch's comment about the widget.
The graphs were intentionally dropped from my account, but we hope to replace them with something similar when we can. Unfortunately, for accounts with significant history and traffic the graphs as they were had performance problems, meaning they took a long time to generate and put a heavy load on our database servers.
I guess we got our wires crossed Paul, because paradigmsearch had replied to my post about the graph button. But all is well. As a programmer myself, I perfectly understand the issue about the graph placing a heavy load on the server. I'll miss it, but I understand. Thanks for the explanation.
Uh-oh. My AdSense for months, if not years (?), has always said my revenue optimization was 4 or 5 blue dots. It is now at 2 blue dots and a red, down arrow. Also does this tie into the other thread, http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118571 ?
That is amazing. Mobile compatible website is a 'must' specially since so many people are using internet through their mobile devices. It is predicted that in 2014 mobile internet usage will eclipse desktop internet usage.
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