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    Posted By Jeff on 05 Jul 2019 02:53 PM
    What about the m. site being a mobile site vs the domainname.com site being desktop? The content text is mostly the same, except the layout is different and the images are set to work with mobile devices, whereas, the desktop site is set to certain dimensions, and in the social site, the journal would need to work together.

    I cannot guarantee you 100% but most of the times you can combine the two that using the right techniques.
    I see now that you have in essence partly a different menu on mobile.
    You could also leave out some page in the menu on mobile (possible, but not default functionalty), that way you could share the html module between some pages.

    We use Open Content for our (structured) content and there you can use srcset for your images if you do it right.
    In that case having separate pages or module just for the size of the images is not nessecary.
    But there's a learning curve to creating your tempaltes in OC.



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