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Minor change of web design


2015.01.08

Although the website was significantly renewed in August 2013, there were some points to worry about, so we made minor updates.
This time it's a bit technical.

XNUMX Vertical scrolling
Until now, the display / non-display of the content was switched using a java script, but the operability has always been a concern.
In this update, the content will be expanded by trendy vertical scrolling so that it can be easily viewed on tablets and smartphones.
Add play by adding a smooth-acting auto-scroll button using Jquery.
In addition, the menu has a layout that is conscious of smartphones, such as placing it at the bottom.

XNUMX Further responsive design
We have made content more responsive and increased the amount of information per page.
This is also compatible with smartphones.
In addition, the number of pages has been reduced. Is it counterproductive for SEO? Perhaps, but I think it has become easier to browse than spread over many pages.

XNUMX Source improvement
CSS compression and efficiency. Script integration. Reduces heavy CSS3 processing. Support rel = ”next” and rel = ”prev” without using rel = ”canonical” on paginated pages. At the same time, the titles etc. are improved so that they do not automatically overlap. (I need to be a person who is familiar with the web.)

Whether these changes were effective for SEO, the keyword of "architecture design" temporarily returned to google No. 1 display. It is still calm within the third place.

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