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The background of this site was originally scaled for desktop browsers and was not flexible. The links were designed for a tiny cursor to click, not a large finger to tap. [Site as viewed in Safari Mobile on an iPhone 4.]
In the redesigned site, different backgrounds (both flexible) are served to different browsers and devices depending on their size. Each category title, description, and image now form a single, large button that leads to that category page. [Site as viewed in Safari Mobile on an iPhone 4.]
This is the same website shown above. As you can see, it does look much better on a desktop browser, but it still isn't flexible. If I resize the browser window any smaller, I would need to scroll horizontally to access all parts of the page. [Site as viewed in Firefox 19 on a Windows 7 desktop.]
This is the exact same website as the one shown above. Separate mobile and desktop sites are not required for most small to mid-sized websites. (In fact, they can be very difficult to maintain.) This site is now completely flexible. If I resize the browser window, the page's content will reflow to accommodate without the need for horizontal scrolling. [Site as viewed in Firefox 19 on a Windows 7 desktop.]