Support » Plugin: Mobile Domain » Two issues with Mobile Domain

  • I’ve been testing your plugin and so far it works flawlessly at redirecting to the mobile subdomain. I would like to use Mobile Domain going foward on other sites, but first there are two issues standing in the way. Please let me know if you can provide a solution…

    1) I would like to customize my mobile theme with a “Visit the Desktop Version” link in the header. I’ve tried using Click for Desktop Version for the link, but it keeps redirecting to the subdomain site when clicked on a mobile device. Is there a way bypass redirection from a mobile site to go to the primary domain?

    2) Also, I’ve noticed that clicking on any page link other than the home page from Google on my iPhone results in a redirect to a 404 Page Not Found. Is it possible to direct all links from the primary domain to direct to the mobile subdomain’s home page?

    Just FYI, my subdomain is located in the domain root, but runs on a separate WP installation with only the mobile theme (Mobius) activated. The subdomain is only for displaying unique content, meaning it does not mirror the primary domain’s content, page names, and permalinks.

    I appreciate any help you can offer!

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

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  • Plugin Author Yusuf

    (@byoozz)

    #gotequity

    sorry for a long reply, I’ve lost all my data in my blog and I forgot to backup a new one.

    Well, It looks like the problem is you’ve installed Mobile-Domain on separate WP installation, the plugin is not working if you use a different WP installation.

    No worries – hope you got your data restored.

    To clarify, Modible Domain is installed on my primary domain, not on the subdomain. Like I said, it works as intended for automatically switching from the primary to sub in testing, but the issues I listed are still present.

    Plugin Author Yusuf

    (@byoozz)

    try to mirroring you primary Mobile Domain to Desktop Domain, so you don’t need to have double WP installation.

    As stated in my original post, that’s not an option…

    The subdomain is only for displaying unique content, meaning it does not mirror the primary domain’s content, page names, and permalinks.

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