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[Resolved] Using wp_is_mobile to display clickable number for mobile users

  • matt Pollack
    Member

    @matthewpolld

    I am trying to display a html5 clickable phone number only for mobile websites. When the site is being viewed on desktop, I want to display the phone number just as text, not something that can be clicked on and rung. My code doesn’t seem to be working:

    if ( $phone ) {
        if ( wp_is_mobile() ) {
        echo  "<a href='tel:$phone'  >$phone</a><br />";
        }else{
        echo '
        <div class="widget-textarea">' . $phone . ' </div> ';
         }
     }

    The number displays as just text when viewed on a desktop, but the clickable html5 phone number for mobile, doesn’t display as clickable.

    Any advice, please? Is this the best way of achieving this?

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