Friday, May 17, 2013 goes Mobile

After struggling for 3 years to find a way to take InspectApedia's thousands of articles into a clean mobile website format, with helpful advice from my Google AdSense team I've found a remarkable automated solution using dudamobile uses a masking approach to provide mobile-formatted translations of classic html pages and websistes.

The new mobile pages can be edited globally or individually using tools provided by dudamobile, but key is duda's ability to provide a usable and automated conversion of an existing website.

In just 24 hours my mobile site was running and in less than 48 hours it was clean enough for public display.

If other publishers need help with such a project just ask and I'll be glad to review what I did. Key was figuring out how to avoid re-coding the original site or worse, trying to create two versions of the site, one classic-desktop and a second in mobile form.

See InspectApedia Mobile at

to see how InspectApedia now looks on your mobile phone. Of course we will continue to maintain the classic - desktop version of as well. Changes and additions to InspectAPedia will appear automatically on our mobile site thanks to the AdSense team's advice & 's stunning support. Special thanks to Google's Richard Scialabba and 's Russel Jeffery who made this remakable transition possible, fast, and inexpensive.
Daniel Friedman
Editor/Publisher -