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    Redesigned my website to be more USER/ SEO & MOBILE Friendly

    Hey guys I just updated my community based website longislandhub.com to be more be more user and mobile friendly. It covers every single Long Island Town and more.

    Please take a look and let me know where I can improve.

    This page in particular is challenging https://www.longislandhub.com/commack because I keep trying to make it load faster but it is still loading on Google page speed at 39 for mobile.

    Anyone have advice on how to improve this?

    Thank you and also please let me know overall how I can improve the user/mobile friendly nature of the site.

    Best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nshep View Post
    Hey, I already answered your breadcrumbs question in another thread.

    As for your other questions:

    1. Generally, offering a search function on a website is not a bad thing. However, I think the search bar you have is a) too large and b) doesn't have any explanation for its existence in that place. It would put it in a less prominent place, make it smaller, and add a call to action.
    2. You can place text on top of hero images, this is a very common practice.

    Hope this helps!
    hahaha your funny.

    I am learning PHP right now and may offer the solution. I wrote this in another thread but just repeating it here so I know you'll see this message lol...

    I will always Like NSHEP'S advice :P


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