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    Changing current website home page to be viewed on all devices.

    Hi!

    It will be a year before we are able to buy a new content management website; therefore, I have been asked to make our current home page of our website viewable on all devices. God help me!

    It was originally designed 10 years ago using tables and many CSS styles.
    http://jpl.coj.net

    My supervisor wants all the menus to remain as they are and rearrange everything else which I believe is unrealistic. I have thought I have to remove all the tables and somehow use percentages to have everything appear on the home page.

    Am I thinking correctly?

    Thanks for all your help, Elbee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elbee View Post
    Hi!

    It will be a year before we are able to buy a new content management website; therefore, I have been asked to make our current home page of our website viewable on all devices. God help me!

    It was originally designed 10 years ago using tables and many CSS styles.
    http://jpl.coj.net

    My supervisor wants all the menus to remain as they are and rearrange everything else which I believe is unrealistic. I have thought I have to remove all the tables and somehow use percentages to have everything appear on the home page.

    Am I thinking correctly?

    Thanks for all your help, Elbee
    The menus could be a problem as they are, for mobile. They just take up a lot of room.

    You could make more than one version of the page, some for regular PC, some for different sizes of mobile device. There's certainly a difference between 1920x1080, which I'm on, and 640x480 or 480x640, having one page to do that without any design change doesn't look so easy. You would have to have information about the client to make that work.
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