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    Looking to mobilize our Joomla site. Best recommendations for an extension to do this?

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    There may be other ways but I believe that you need to use a responsive template for your site which is compatible with the version of Joomla your site uses. there are many responsive templates for Joomla available online - both free and paid.

    In theory it could be as easy as installing the new template and changing the positions of any modules to use the positions of the new template although there may be other things that will also need updating depending on your current setup.

    I'd be interested to hear how you get on with this and how easy or not the migration turns out to be so please keep us updated...

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