Mobile Device Support Added

The WordPress Mobile Pack and WPtouch theme have been added to this site.

To users of Mobile devices:  Please let me know if you encounter problems with this support by leaving a comment here.

11 thoughts on “Mobile Device Support Added

  1. Only problem I saw on my iPhone was that when you click the arrow to go to the next blog entry, it takes you to the next entry in the category not the next entry in the timeline i.e. the previous article to be published.

    Steve: I don’t have an iPhone and cannot verify how it behaves. The next and previous article links work ok on a Blackberry. Can you send me a screenshot from the iPhone showing what you see?

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  2. I’m on an iPhone as well, but do not encounter the same problem Richard describes.

    However, without any text that identifies what entry the “next newer/older” arrow is attached to, I find the arrows to be navigably useless.

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  3. Richard White says:

    Only problem I saw on my iPhone was that when you click the arrow to go to the next blog entry, it takes you to the next entry in the category not the next entry in the timeline i.e. the previous article to be published.

    Are you sure you haven’t clicked on the category itself? That’s the first thing I did, but if I was a little more careful with my pudgy digits and got the post title, it worked fine.

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  4. Navigation suggestion: For threads with a lot of comments, mobile version doesn’t break every 50 comments; could a link to skip to most recent comments or a skip to bottom shortcut be added (or put a break every 50 comments in mobile version)?

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  5. Karl, I like the idea of “skip to most recent” but I can’t even do that with the full on web page, let alone the mobile one.

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  6. Richard, I misunderstood your issue, I think – I was talking about navigation in the front page.

    I’m not sure why you go to the next / previous post in category when you click on the arrows at the bottom of the post, my navigation takes me to the next / previous post (time based, not category based). I tried it by entering an article from the front page and also via category and it worked the same both times. Can you describe how you navigate step by step and what you see?

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  7. Loads fine on my HTC Legend (Google Android 2.1), however when I try and post it says my message is too short. If I click “submit” too many times, I get a page accusing me of spaming. For the record, my post was about as long as this one which I am using my PC for.

    Steve: Please send me a screen shot of the message about spamming. There’s more than way this might be triggered.

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