On my site I have the main pages, but within the main header menu pages, I also have several sub-tabs which cannot be found elsewhere on the site. How can I integrate these to show them in Mobile, and if not yet, when will this feature become available to Ning Network users?
What content is on those pages? You can create multiple pages for any content type in mobile, and you can create html pages that are mobile optimized. Some content pages, like events and groups, currently have the ability for members to select alternate views, and we'll be adding these to other features like Photos and Blogs soon.
My site is http://meetreef.com. It is a networking site for aquarium hobbyists. My profile page is split to actually include 2 parts (and so a separate page is needed - I have this page set currently so only viewable to admins on my main site as the page is not complete).
I also have sub-tabs that link directly to 'My Groups, 'My Friends', 'My Events' in order to make navigation more user-friendly. These three pages can be accessed from a user's profile page, but I find it cumbersome to do so.
I also have some other questions that are related to my ning site, but are kind of off-topic. Where can I post these?
You can post any non-mobile questions in the main forum.
Groups and Events both have a My Groups and My Events filter in the dropdown, so members can currently navigate to these. In a future release we'll let you set these as the default view for a page, so you'll be able to create a second page for Groups and Events that takes members to their personal view of those things. Let me know if that solves most of this issue for you.
We don't have a mobile version of the My Friends page right now.
That should be OK. Thanks.
I tried adding these sub-tabs as an RSS and then simply paste the page URL in the space provided for this. But ti doesn't' work because it is not a feed...makes sense. But if I could just add a new profile page in mobile and select a URL for it to direct to, it would solve the problem I'm experiencing here.