I know that the mobile version of a ning site is http://www.eCoronado.com/m
I know that a mobile version of a ning blog post is : http://www.ecoronado.com/m/blogpost?id=2019736%3ABlogPost%3A114709
However, I cannot figure out what the mobile version of a page is:
How do I find the mobile version of this page?
Hey, Steve. Not everything you see on the main site will have a mobile counterpart. For example, this Product Roadmap page here on Creators doesn't have a special mobile version. It's viewable on my iPhone as it would normally look in my mobile browser (and does not have a /m URL).
Looks like this:
Thanks Eric, this helps.
Also, check out the new mobile version because it includes a way to create your own mobile-only HTML pages. So, that may help do what you're seeking to do.
Yes, that would work if I had less than 20,000 characters. I have about 2,000 too many and can't cut them down. It would be a good feature if you add a menu item and have it go to a URL. In this case, the menu item would be: Local Deals and it would go to this page: www.eCoronado.com/CSF
Perhaps, I can create an HTML page that just redirects to the CSF page and name it Local Deals using the mobile HTML function.
I added this code to the mobile HTML page I made and it worked:
<meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="1; url=http://www.eCoronado.com/csf">