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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Australian Dictionary site now mobile friendly

I've spent the last couple of days redesigning the Australian Dictionary site to be mobile friendly, or at least, much friendlier. There's still some work to be done, but at least now for those using mobile phones, the Australian Dictionary site will be easier to read.

I have left the very popular Word Check page alone. The page was designed to be viewed holding the mobile phone in landscape mode. The page can still be used quite well holding the mobile in portrait mode, so it was felt at this time the page didn't need to be updated.

With the new design I've left the pages so you can zoom in if something can't be read, or you need to click on a link which may otherwise be too small. For example if you wish to check out the new Crossword Help page (www.crosswordhelp.com.au), you can zoom in and then click on the link from the main page of the site.

Kelvin Eldridge
www.Australian-Dictionary.com.au