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~~~Nancy Gurish, Editor

A Julialanan Production LLC USA An Internet Magazine
Hi everybody!
This is ~~~Nancy!
Initially I had set my htaccess file up to load separately
for it's mobile files (a subdomain). Over time, I had
forgotten that I did this!
I was new at website coding and wasn't sure of myself!

Two file managers can be maintained one for mobile and onefor desktop users. But this wasn't what I wanted to do!

After some time I had gotten better at coding and design and
more fully understood what I was doing. I found that my
web pages were responsive, but they refused to
load to mobile devices!

It was a mystery for some time! Didn't make sense!

Eventually I found this mobile directive in my Cname and I
realized that this was blocking my site from loading to mobile!
I removed this load mobile site command, and my site loaded

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to mobile! This directive or command was in my htaccess file!
It was a condition that stipulated that if a mobile site was
requested by a browser, then the mobile files subdomain should load!

Some website operators have created an entire second file of
mobile ready pages a subdomain, but I hadn't done that.

Removing that from my htaccess was the final step in sucess in getting
my site ~` mobile as well as responsive!
Designing and operating my website has been a process of both
learning and implementing so many different systems!

By the way - when I removed the command from the htaccss file
(for some reason) I had 3 htaccess files in different
locations in my Cpanel file manager (at Godaddy) ~`
The file duplicated or copied and I had to remove
the statement from each instance of htaccess!

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Below is my video which speaks to this situation!
My Website Won't Load To Mobile, But Is Responsive! ~`

See it here or at my YouTube Channel! ~`

Related article(s):
Will serving the same content from two different domain names
(using DNS CNAM records) hurt SEO? ~`
From: StackExchange ~`

Setting up CNAME through .htaccess
I am trying to set up a CNAME for a subdomain. I want it to point to a domain on another server and it should be 'invisible' to the users that they have left my domain... What to do ? ~`

Responsive Web Design Basics, by Web Fundamentals Google
"The use of mobile devices to surf the web is growing at an astronomical pace, but unfortunately much of the web isn't optimized for those mobile devices. Mobile devices are often constrained by display size and require a different approach to how content is laid out on the screen." ~`
Bye Pete LePage ~`

Squarespace Templastes and Designs for mobile! ~`
"Mobile browsers are smaller (and typically narrower) than desktop windows. To keep your site legible and prevent visitors from having to pinch, zoom, and scroll to see your content, Squarespace's responsive design automatically stacks blocks vertically on mobile devices."

My Article(s):
See my HTTP to HTTPS conversion! ~`