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Probably the REALLY wrong forum for this test question

by oldmrboston / May 22, 2015 6:13 PM PDT

It appears to me that this is another example of "mobile-friendly" design work, as there is the requisite increase of text size, and the attendant increase of white space that typically drives additional less-efficient scrolling activity. The recent edict by Google regarding site design attributes and the associated site ranking consequences seems to be a prime driver of this activity, of course, as is the apparent desire of everyone that can read 2-point type on a 4.5" x 2" screen to have comprehensive access to all things Internet, all the time, everywhere. I suspect that I may be the only CNET forum member without a smartphone, but I haven't yet decided that it's even a desirable item, much less necessary. In any case, the real question is, why is this forum redesign actually necessary? Wink

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