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    Does the whole domainname need to be responsive?


    A site of my boss has a cms installed in combination with older single php/html files.
    I know that a page need the be responsive, but what will google do if some pages are responsive and others are not responsive.
    So what is best for seo rankings of the following options:
    • Only work with the new pages, ignore the old pages.
    • Put the content in the new cms, and redirect the old page with a 301?
    • Other option: ......

    This is the site i'm talking about: woefkesranch
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    Google's algo ranks pages not websites. It's all about which page provides the best UE and answers the question !

    So those pages not mobile friendly will suffer by not having the boost provided for supporting mobile devices.

    So if you have two identical versions of a page, then the mobile friendly one will out rank the not mobile friendly page provided everything else remains the same.

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