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    how to forward to mobile website??
    I have made a small mobile website, but wondering how you make the website automatically display the mobile website design if someone logs on from a handheld device??

    Thanks in advance

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    Depends how you have implemented your site.

    Have a look here, works for me.

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    I have my website at .ae, and my mobile site at .mobi

    basically just want it forwarding if someone visits the .ae address

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam View Post
    I have my website at .ae, and my mobile site at .mobi

    basically just want it forwarding if someone visits the .ae address
    And the second part of the info (changing background background colour and using javascript to do the redirect) will work for you.
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    There's info here on doing this in PHP if you need to cater for non-Javascript capable devices
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    you can also use a web service like handsetdetection.com

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    did anyone have any new ideas on this?

    I need an system to do this automatically - would love analytics too. Any suggestions?

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