Major Show Websites and Mobile Friendliness
It’s an extremely common situation to be in. You’re at a stock show, you don’t have access to a PC, and you need to check something on the show website.
Did the show pay attention to enough detail to make sure their site is mobile friendly?
I ran about a dozen of the larger stock shows in the country through the Google mobile tool to see if they do and the results are below.
Any web designer that a major stock show should hire should know how to setup to display properly on mobile devices. Check any decent designer and they'll easily pass.
This site (cattle.com) doesn't pass mainly because I'm lazy and really need to get around to updating the layout.
The table below includes the results for shows after I ran their sites through the Google mobile tool.
The result? The vast majority of major shows ARE up to speed...
|Show||Mobile Friendly?||Issues||Viewport||Text Size||Clickable Elements||Content Width|
|Iowa State Fair||Yes||0|
|Oklahoma Youth Expo||Yes||0|
|Arizona State Fair||Yes||0|
|Iowa Beef Expo||Yes||0|
The Google tools can’t check San Antonio or the NAILE because those shows block certain bot traffic for various reasons.
- By Jeff | 2 Like
|Lautner Farms Updates|
From Todd Shireman?? [1hr ago]
Nebraska Cattlemen???s Classic | Top 10 Overa [17hrs ago]
Nebraska Cattlemen???s Classic | Crossbred St [19hrs ago]
Illinois Beef Expo ??? Top 5 Steers [19hrs ago]
Illinois Beef Expo ??? Crossbred Steers [20hrs ago]
Illinois Beef Expo ??? ShorthornPlus Steers [22hrs ago]
Nebraska Cattlemen???s Classic | Mainetainer [22hrs ago]
Illinois Beef Expo ??? Simmental Heifers [22hrs ago]
Nebraska Cattlemen???s Classic | Maine-Anjou [23hrs ago]
Illinois Beef Expo ??? AOB Steers [1d ago]
Corydon Central FFA Showdown [1d ago]
2017 Nebraska Classic schedule [1d ago]