In the last week there were a lot of articles about the new mobile-friendly ranking algorithm introduced on 21 April by Google, followed by an incredible hysteria about this topic, known as Mobilegeddon. I don’t understand where is the problem: a responsive website is the best compromise because adapts itself according to the display size and today is easily to reach (many site have solved it since a long while).
After some boring tests and three different types of tutorial that have never been able to work on my site, finally I have found the best compromise for me: a related content based on the taxonomy and placed as a block above the comments field. Here is my Views settings and how to insert the resulting block directly in the node.tpl.php template file.
In my opinion Similar/Relevant content is an appropriate manner for highlighting and linking the own posts. At the same time is a trick for increasing the permanence of visitors in my site!
The CSS files in the default theme folder are an excellent starting point, because they are compatibles in almost all browsers and well tested, really in my site I modified and adapted the Bartik theme. Sometime modifications lead bad surprises in print style and so you need hide a few elements, secondly you can add two useful features: complete address in the links and signature under header.
With spritely, a jQuery plugin, your site acquires the ability to animate the background graphic and to give vitality at the HTML and css layout. In this article I explain you how install it and what are the files to modify in order to use it.