Site is dated. Needs to be updated. Its semi responsive, but want ot make it fully responsive. I've been investigating some fully responsive frameworks (Specifically Zurbs Foundation Framework 5)
So far I'm please with most if it, but have just come across an implementation of theirs that may have some negative SEO ramifications.
They have a "navigation" (like a typical left side navigation) that is put into place when on small (phone) devices as "Off Canvas" (a button scrolls it from the left to display on the device) and a normal left side navigation when on larger devices like a landscape tablet or PC.
The way they do this is the ability to hide one set of navigation links for a 2nd set of navigational links. Well that's 2x the same links.....all visible in the code....but not visible to the user.
Wouldn't this double the number of links and thus degrade their possible "Link Juice" benefits?
Has this been used in other Frameworks like Genesis?
What's best practice here?
You've certainly got the content, but boy it's presented poorly. And a blog with the last entry dated September, 2013? What are you doing over there?
I'd get on a regular content schedule. The blog only goes back to 2008, so how much traffic are you getting from those old posts? They look pretty short to me. Maybe it's time to ditch the whole thing and start over with a better user-interface.