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Is Sitefinity helpful for mobile web content publishers?

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  1. Dennis
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    30 Jan 2012
    01 Feb 2012
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    Does Sitefinity have any features for managing content on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets?

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  2. Gabe Sumner
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    09 Sep 2007
    03 Feb 2012
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    Because Sitefinity Page Template can be based on ASP.NET MasterPages, mobile-friendly templates are certainly possible.  You control most of the HTML markup that is applied to your website, thus if your Page & Widget Template are mobile-friendly, then your website is mobile-friendly.  In fact, the Education Starter Kit (included in the Sitefinity SDK) uses HTML5 features to create a responsive website:


    All of this is possible today.  However, I've also seen some internal prototypes that bring these responsive features directly into Sitefinity's toolbox.  However, I don't think we've publicly announced a release schedule.  It seems likely to me that these will appear inside Sitefinity in the next few months.

    Either way, there is no reason that you can't create a mobile friendly website with Sitefinity today.  However, in the months ahead you can expect this to get even easier.

    Gabe Sumner
    Telerik | Sitefinity CMS
  3. Boyan Barnev
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    24 Oct 2016
    10 Apr 2013
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    Hi all,

    I just wanted  to provide you with a quick follow up on this topic. Sitefinity 5.x offers an out of the box mobile solution for you - we have first introduced it with our Sitefinity 5.0 release.
    You can find more information availabe on our Responsive Design, Mobile Apps or Mobile Websites: You Pick the Strategy, We Deliver the Platform page form the Sitefinity website.

    Boyan Barnev
    the Telerik team
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