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[Resolved] Proper use in template

  • Hello. I really like this!

    I wanted to include this php isMobile() && ! $detect->isTablet() ) { echo "Content here";// Code to run Mobile Content } ?> you provided in my templates..

    For example, if I wanted to sidebar content to be device specific, how who you recommend integrating this code? Can I add shortcodes, php, or html to the “Content here”?

    isMobile() && ! $detect->isTablet() ) { echo "Can I add any content here? Like more shortcodes or php?";// Code to run Mobile Content } ?>

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/mobile-content/

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  • Plugin Author dylanfeltusdesign

    @dylanfeltusdesign

    Ok so you want to have different sidebars? Or have different HTML?
    Can you explain with a little more detail? Or provide a link so I can see what you mean.

    Looking back at this code I provided I notice it is incomplete… i will get the right code

    Plugin Author dylanfeltusdesign

    @dylanfeltusdesign

    Here is the correct code. With my plugin installed this will work when you place it in the template files. This code will show “Content here” to users on Tablets & Desktops.

    <?php
    require_once 'wp-content/plugins/mobile-content/mobile-detect.php';
    $detect = new Mobile_Detect();
    
    					if( ! $detect->isMobile() || $detect->isTablet() ){
    						echo "Content here";// Code to run Tablet & Desktop but not Mobile
    }
    			?>

    Please let me know more details about your specific needs.

    Plugin Author dylanfeltusdesign

    @dylanfeltusdesign

    I am going to mark this as resolved…. Please let me know if you have further issues with the plugin.

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