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Jun 5, 2014 at 11:17 AM--


49erswebzone.com, your best source for San Francisco 49ers news and discussion, has ventured into responsive design. The redesign was launched on Wednesday, June 4. Now fans will be able to have a consistent experience no matter the device that they are using to view 49erswebzone.com. From desktops to smartphones, the site will automatically adjust to fit your screen.

While the redesign encompasses the majority of the site, all of the work is not done yet. Some features and design aspects will be tweaked in the near future. Some of the smaller and less visited areas of the site are not yet responsive and will also be addressed soon.

Mobile traffic continues to increase on 49erswebzone.com and we are always looking for ways to improve user experience, rather than forcing them to constantly zoom in and out to view the content that they want. During the past month, 44% of this site's traffic was from a mobile device with another 10% coming from tablets. Of that mobile traffic, 60% of it came from iOS devices. It was clear that the layout of the site on these devices needed to be addressed.

I want to view the desktop site on my mobile device

Are you feeling nostalgic or don't like the change? You can still access the desktop layout of the site from your smartphone by clicking "DESKTOP SITE" from the mobile side menu. You will be able to access the desktop layout for 24 hours and can always return to the mobile layout by clicking on the "Mobile Site" link at the bottom of the site.




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