Making Your Blog Mobile-Friendly

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[Editor's Note: We hear a lot about how we need to make our blogs more user-friendly for mobile devices, but how many people know exactly how they can tweak their existing theme in order to increase readability of their site from a phone or iPad?  Back to Her Roots has put together six simple things you can do immediately to increase the functionality of your blog and make it easier on your readers' eyes. --Mel]

Even though the design of BTHR isn’t something I love, it is very functional. And a pretty blog that is impossible to read, navigate or use is worthless. Function > form. Especially on the web. So today, instead of giving you tips on styles, colors or fonts (which is individual to each person), I’m going to give you functional usability design tips. These are the kinds of things anyone can implement. And everyone should.

What would you add to a design wish list that all bloggers would follow?

Photo Credit: Byrion via Flickr.

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