This help center supports the Legacy platform Dudamobile. As of April 1st, 2019 new sites cannot be created, existing sites will remain live with the same functionality and editor access.

Email support and phone support (for Duda customers on Team plans and above) will be available until September 30th, 2019. Self service customer support will remain.

It’s a Great Time to Go Responsive! - Responsive design is the best way to create engaging online experiences on today’s web. With that in mind, we encourage you to take this as an opportunity to replace your old desktop-only websites and their mobile friendly counterparts with new responsive sites that will work seamlessly across desktop, tablet and mobile.

Don't mobilize this link


This option is useful for sending viewers to pages outside of your website, especially if those pages are already mobile friendly. This option can be enabled anywhere a link can be added, typically, navigation links and in buttons.

For Links in Navigation

1. Click on the Pages Tab on the left.

2. Click on the link icon for the page you want to not be mobilized.

3. Check the box that says Don't Mobilize this Link and click Done when finished.

For Buttons


1. Click on the button that should navigate your viewers to a non-mobile page.

2. Click on the "Edit" option.

3. Check the box that says Don't Mobilize this Link and click Done when finished.


  • Keep in mind that the non-mobilized pages cannot be edited via the DudaMobile interface.
  • When visiting a non-mobilized link, viewers will have to click on the back button provided on their mobile web browser to return to the mobile website.

Troubleshooting and FAQ's

Do not mobilize isn't working

The issue here is even though those links are set to not mobilize, since there's a redirect script in your desktop site (which is where the link is pointing to), it's still redirecting users back to the mobile site. That causes a loop, resulting in the issue you see.

To fix this, simply add ?no_redirect=true to the end of your URL link, so it says something like or (either works). See this screenshot example below.


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