A few blog owners simply think that the mobile template is just too plain looking.
These blog owners express a concern which is not too hard to resolve. If you want gadgets to be visible on a mobile display, make the gadgets visible. Of course, it's up to you, to not add too many gadgets, and make your blog impossible to read.Where are all of the gadgets?
By default, most gadgets are blocked, from appearing, when the blog is displayed in mobile mode.
Only Header, Blog, Profile, PageList, AdSense, Attribution will be displayed on mobile when the mobile attribute is 'default.'
You may have to add mobile="yes", to the template code, for any other gadget.
<b:widget id='FeaturedPost1' locked='false' mobile='yes' title='An Important Update' type='FeaturedPost' visible='true'>
It is not too difficult to override the block, for gadgets that are not enabled.
You have to use Template Editor, to add the mobile setting.
Use the Template Editor, and find the entry for each gadget. This is one case where you cannot just add mobile="yes" as part of the HTML gadget code.
Add / edit the "mobile" attribute, for any gadget that you want to appear in mobile mode.
Some gadgets can be made to appear only in mobile mode.
Using the "mobile" attribute, it is possible to have various gadgets appear in mobile mode, only.
This would allow you to have two versions, mobile and non mobile, of gadgets which can be added in duplicate.
and<b:widget id=”PageList1” locked=”false” mobile=”no” title=”Page List, non mobile” type=”PageList”/>
This example would let you index specific pages, to be displayed in mobile mode, for instance.<widget id=”PageList2” locked=”false” mobile=”only” title=”Page List, mobile” type=”PageList”/>
Now your blog can have distinctly different displays, in mobile mode, and in non mobile mode.