Re: A web site with a double life
I'm not fond of mobile-optimized websites.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The reason is most of the time I'm using my laptop and almost never use my smartphone or any other mobile device to really browse through something.
And, while using a mobile-optimized website on a mobile can be excellent, on the other hand it can be a real hell to use the same website on the computer, because of how things are organized on the screen on a mobile-optimized website.
After all, it's all about preference :)
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Em 10/03/2019 14:06, Antony Stone escreveu:
Many websites do present different content based on the browser they detect is visiting them. Sometimes this is good (eg: for mobile devices, they get the mobile-optimised version), but sometimes it is bad. I recommend contacting the admin of the website to tell them how this is interfering with usability. Antony. On Sunday 10 March 2019 at 17:41:52, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:There is a website called doubletap.online Its a Canadian site, but has podcasts about accessible tech. However, when I view it in foirefox or waterfox I cannot find a link to the basic podcast address, only I tunes and some specific apps. However when I visit it in Safari on the I phone I see the normal link leaving me in the silly position of copying over the link feeds.bla bala to the pc podcatcher address field manually. Is this a waterfox/firefox thing? or is it me or perhaps an nvda thing. I'm using the latest beta of nvda 2019.1. Brian