///Over the next week or two some of you may notice a more prominent link on the front page of the BBC News website to a new beta version of the site which we are working on, for tablet and desktop((android phone

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More than 40% of traffic to our site now comes from mobiles and tablets and with this in mind we will be moving to a responsive design which works equally well across various screen sizes. We want a site which offers the best possible experience to users, no matter what combination of device, browser or connection they are using Outsourcing payroll

In fact we already have a responsive site which is the default now if you go to bbc.co.uk/news on a mobile. You can also get to it at any time on tablet and desktop if you scroll right down to the bottom of any BBC News page and follow the (very small) "mobile site" link in the page footer. We'd like to get your feedback as we develop it, so we'll be putting a more prominent link which will be visible to a percentage of users at any one time. The link will be in the form of a graphic banner (see below) and we hope more people will use it to get to the beta site and tell us what they think, as we develop the service ADHD Treatment.