How does the dawn theme perform on mobile devices?

krojat
Visitor
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Hi . Anyone know what the dawn theme is  like for mobile responsiveness ? My Supply theme is a bit old now and core vitals tells me my site is poor for mobile devices responsiveness and  to minify and remove unwanted code etc (CSS and JAvascript) but am not that tech savvy and was wondering if one of the 2.0 themes might help ?

Cheers 🙂

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kazi
Shopify Partner
569 87 109

Hello @krojat  

                        Most of the shopify themes are mobile responsive, it might be other issues like text too small or clicking areas has issues and  to minify and remove unwanted code etc (CSS and JAvascript) you need to follow any online guide if you google you will find many how to do them. If you need help i can assist. Thanks.

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flareAI
Shopify Partner
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Hello @krojat,


This is Gina from flareAI app helping Shopify merchants get $5Million+ in sales from Google Search, on autopilot.


In terms of mobile responsiveness, the Dawn theme has been optimized for a range of mobile devices and screen sizes. It is designed to automatically adjust the layout and content of your store to ensure that it looks great on any device, whether it's a smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer.


If your Shopify store is experiencing issues with mobile responsiveness and needs optimization for better performance, there are a few steps you can take.


1. Optimize your images
Large images can significantly slow down your site's loading time and impact mobile responsiveness. Use an image optimization tool like Shopify's built-in image optimizer or third-party apps to compress and resize your images without losing quality.

2. Minimize and remove unnecessary code
Large and bulky CSS and JavaScript files can also slow down your site's loading time and impact mobile responsiveness. Use a code minified tool to compress and remove any unnecessary code from your files to improve your site's performance.

3. Use lazy loading
Lazy loading is a technique that delays the loading of certain content (such as images or videos) until the user scrolls to it. This can significantly improve your site's loading time and performance on mobile devices.

4. Reduce HTTP requests
Each time your site loads, it sends requests to the server for various files, such as CSS, JavaScript, and images. The more requests your site makes, the longer it will take to load. Use tools like GTmetrix or Google PageSpeed Insights to identify any unnecessary requests and reduce them.

5. Use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
AMP is an open-source framework that can help improve your site's mobile performance by optimizing your content for faster loading times. Consider using AMP for your blog or other content-heavy pages.

6. Optimize your checkout process
Make sure your checkout process is optimized for mobile devices, with large, easy-to-use buttons and a streamlined checkout flow. Use tools like Shopify's mobile app or third-party apps to provide a better mobile checkout experience.


By implementing these tips, you can further improve your Shopify store's mobile responsiveness and provide a better user experience for your mobile visitors.


Gina

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oscprofessional
Shopify Partner
15897 2378 3083

@krojat 

 

Its benefits include improved loading speeds, which can help with both user experience and store conversion rates, and search engine optimization. 

 

Refer to this blog: 

https://www.oscprofessionals.com/shopify/improve-your-shopify-stores-speed-performance-score-by-upgr...

 

We’ve had the best success for our clients by working with our developers to implement the lazy sizes because it's quite complicated for non-technical people.

You need to work on the following points:

  • Theme Upgrade if there is a scope and upgraded theme available
  • Reduce JS Payload.
  • Use Critical CSS.
  • Replace GIFs With Static Images
  • Reduce Large Image Sizes
  • Migrate Tracking Codes To Google Tag Manager
  • Compress Images
  • Limit Third-Party JavaScript & Shopify Apps
  • Preload Web Fonts. 
  • I suggest limiting it to one and using a standard web font.

 

By fixing these issues, your website speed score can definitely improve.

For more details please check the link below. 

https://www.oscprofessionals.com/blog/shopify-speed-optimization-guide/

 

If anything needs to be included or clarified then feel free to ask.  We will surely help you. 

Have a nice day!

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