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Redirect iPhone and Android Phones to a Mobile Website A very easy way to redirect users that visit your website from a mobile device to the mobile version of your website, is using your htaccess file. If your server is running on Apache, you can add the following code to your .htaccess file ... Categories: Blog, Web Technology

Creating a true JQM Builder Appcropolis is happy to announce that very soon it will be releasing a jQuery Mobile (jqm) Template Builder. All the mobile templates that you've have enjoyed from our template gallery will also be available from the Appcropolis jQM ... Category: News

Using Siri to search inside apps I asked Siri to search inside an app. Her answer: “I can’t search apps. Sorry about that” --Shouldn’t native apps be searchable? There is no doubt that apps are here to stay. With the growing number of apps in the different app ... Categories: Blog, Miscelaneous, Web Technology

jQuery Mobile Popup Creating a Popup Widget in jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 is now easier than ever. To create a popup, just add the data-role="popup" attribute to  the popup contents, typically a DIV element. When invoking the Popup Widget from a link, an A tag, ... Categories: How-To, jQuery Mobile, Web Technology, Webclips

jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 Final jQuery Mobile 1.2.0 was finally released! Great new features have been added to this new version: a new popup widget, an autodivider and collapsible option for listviews, amongst others, are some of the functionality that can we can all ... Categories: jQuery Mobile, News, Webclips

Restore the last visited page using cookies Overview If you are loading your mobile application from the home screen you probably noticed that as soon as you minimize the application Safari Mobile will not keep track of the last visited page. That means that regardless of the ... Categories: How-To, HTML5