Mobile Web Page Detection?

(Which I find a bit odd, I’m on the beta channel which is up to version 16.0.912.63 - so I wonder if he is using Chrome’s new built in user agent switcher and just providing some extra bells and whistles around it.)

I know I can’t get it to work :slight_smile: What about an emulator that runs in a browser window showing a quasi-iphone, android phone etc ? Instead of what you would use your finger to navigate you use your mouse ?

Ralph mentioned Mobilizr, I’ve used that before for testing, will certainly do the job.

http://www.springbox.com/mobilizer/

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Thanks :slight_smile:

Can you not scroll horizontally in Mobilizer ? I’m trying everything, hoping to stumble across it.

Not as far as I know. Simulators aren’t the be-all, end-all. They just give you an idea of how a site renders. To be honest, if you have to scroll a site sideways on a mobile device, you’ve done something wrong. :slight_smile:

I’ve had success with ye good ole arrow keys. It’s a shame it doesn’t allow you to drag the page around :frowning:

Ah, scroll key, that works :slight_smile: Horizontally scrolling is not ideal on a mobile phone hence mobile site design is key despite that it works.

Egad, they work! I was sure I’d tried that before and had no luck. Good to know. :slight_smile:

Sometimes you just have to smoosh your head on the keyboard to find out things like this :wink:

Ah, it that why my 4-year-old nephew knows more about computers than I do. :slight_smile: