Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:51 Written by David Bauernschmidt Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:00
With the explosion of smartphones, tablets and other handheld devices it is becoming more important than ever to determine what type of devices are being used to get to your data. Furthermore; hiring a development team to build the same application for Apple, Android, and Microsoft is almost only dedicated to companies that are very large or those companies that are willing to lose money until they hit it big. For the vast majority a solution is to develop a web application that fairly browser independent. This article is not designed to show you how to build a mobile application (this might come in a later blog) but rather provide you with the first step in this journey. This sample is to help in identifying whether a user is on your site by a mobile device or through a normal browser. I have pulled together different parts of the web to provide step by step instructions to do the following:Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 2 October 2012 07:58 Written by Carole Bennett Friday, 5 October 2012 12:00
With the rapid proliferation of mobile devices, it’s increasingly important to make sure your website is mobile-compatible, across a wide array of platforms. With mojoPortal, you have the option of using the Mobile Kit, or relying on responsible design. Today, we’ll go over points by Joe Audette, the chief architect of mojoPortal, of why using both methods may be your best bet.
Recently, I reached out to Joe Audette, the creator of the mojoPortal CMS, to get his take on the new responsive design available via the Bootstrap framework incorporated in the latest CSS3/HTML5 templates from mojoPortal, vs. the Mobile Kit Pro for mojoPortal. This was his response:Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 07:30 Written by Carole Bennett Monday, 24 September 2012 12:00
nopCommerce introduced native mobile support with the advent of version 2.4; with an ever-increasing percentage of mobile users, it’s a great way to optimize your customer base. nopCommerce ships with one mobile skin; however, if you’ve customized the theme for your site, you may wish to update the mobile theme to maintain consistent branding. Today, we’ll cover how to do so.
The nopCommerce mobile theme leverages the jQueryUI theme, making it a flexible and extensible UI, supported by the majority of modern mobile devices. The folks at jQueryUI have created 24 “standard” UI themes, and also offer the awesome ThemeRoller online application that will allow you to create a custom theme using your own color selections.
You may feel the need to work with your designer on this, but it’s really very easy. If you’ve already got a list of your theme colors in hex (#xxxxxx format), go ahead and open up ThemeRoller and get started.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 2 July 2012 12:06 Written by Stephanie Brown Monday, 2 July 2012 12:00
This article will focus on creating and managing custom pages in phpFox.
Custom pages in phpFox, allow you to easily create simple pages that contain whatever content you need to add to your site. phpFox by default has created the following custom pages:
- Mobile – the text on this page contains a link to the mobile version of your phpFox website, you may or may not want to edit this page.
- About Us – you will want to edit this to contain information about you and/or your website.
Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2012 02:55 Written by Mscott Saturday, 30 June 2012 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s article, I am going to show you how to add or remove features from the mobile version of your Dolphin based website. Currently Dolphin only has two mobile pages, the homepage and the profile page.
To access the mobile page builder, simply log into your Dolphin admin and select “Mobile Pages” under the “Builders” sub-menu on the left.
Now on the “Pages” drop down menu select “Homepage”.Learn More
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