I realized long ago that most people who visit my blog have a certain screen resolution. Thanks to Google Analytics report I could know what the resolution of the most common phones with viewing my blog and as a result will be able to make minor adjustments to make the experience of my followers healthier.
According to the report of Google Analytics, devices with visiting my website have the following resolutions:
As we can see, the resolution stands out is that of 360x640 pixels. We will perform some checks with Chrome and Firefox so you can see what I get.
With Chrome, if we use the Developer Tool pressing the F12 key, we can adjust the display size to the contreta resolution that tells us the Google Analytics report.
In this first screenshot you can see that everything seems right.
But if we enter the article, we see that something is wrong. The size of the headline of the article appears excessively large.
If this time we use the WordPress customizerAnd navigate through menus settings divi Styles entering mobile phone and then, we reached the following configurable parameters. So far, we see that is correct. Let's get into the article to see if we see the same problem we saw with Chrome.
We entered into the article, and see what we were expecting, too big headline. If you look at the configuration parameters can see that the last parameter has a value of 30.
If adjusted to the minimum, 22, and things change. Now it is more decent. This same change, we should also do so in the settings Tablet, as it has the same problem.
And that's it. I hope that from now on do not be in sight when you read my blog from mobile.