For this, we are using an often updated PHP scrip:
Which I am updating for the responsive theme now, which should fix what
errors I was getting before.
On 8/29/13 12:58 PM, "Chase,Jodi L" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>What is Web Service's favorite method of doing mobile detection these
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>Subject: Adaptive wordpress
>It's been a while since I have updated this list with info about the
>responsive template, which from here out I will be calling it 'adaptive'.
>Firstly the distinction:
>The template Web Services is required to adhere to, and what we offer
>support and download for publicly, is incapable of being responsive, for
>quite a few reasons. So now, the adaptive theme uses a mobile checker,
>and if it detects a mobile device, it will automatically direct the user
>to the responsive theme.
>The theme is now live on a few of Web Services' smaller sites, as a test
>of their efficacy in the field. You are welcome to view one such site at
>the address below:
>There seems to be some problems with the latest Android version, but
>iPhones and older (4.1 and less) work well.
>I will be updating the repo with documentation sometime(hopefully before
>our next meeting).