Have Pinboard theme.
I tried to stop my site from defaulting to a mobile version when loaded on smartphones. My theme does not have an option under Appearance to disable mobile, so I followed steps to remove the ‘…viewport…’ line in my header.php, outlined in the following forum, but it also did not work: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/pinboard-theme-not-working-in-mobile?replies=5
I’ve tried deleting browsing data on my smartphone and reloading my site, but it keeps going back to the mobile version.
Additional issue: When I scroll down to the bottom of the mobile view on a smartphone and select Classic, it loads my home page wonderfully to look like the desktop view. However, from that desktop view, clicking on any link doesn’t work, as it tries to take me to a mobile site again and it winds up on dudamobile to tell me the page cannot be found. So even if my readers decided to manually get to my Classic view, they wouldn’t be able to navigate my site.
So 1) How do I permanently disable mobile rerouting? If I can’t permanently disable mobile view, how can my readers navigate my site if they end up getting to my desktop view by clicking on Classic?
I prefer the first option of permanently disabling mobile.
My site is http://www.writingwithchopsticks.com. Thanks in advance.
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