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Scott Ray
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.tel on tablets

Post by Scott Ray on Fri 01 Feb 2013, 10:20 pm

While Telnics don't look good on smartphones and tablets, Telnames are quite nice on them. But my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is identified by .tel not as a tablet. Thus I get only the view for mobile phones, although with 7 inch my screen is big enough for the tablet view. And it gets worse. The content is left-aligned and not centered, thus the image gallery and the video are attached to the left edge. Telnic needs to update the Telnames settings for that.
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Re: .tel on tablets

Post by Boracay on Sat 02 Feb 2013, 6:12 am

Scott Ray wrote:Thus I get only the view for mobile phones, although with 7 inch my screen is big enough for the tablet view. And it gets worse..

Perhaps It would be best to attempt to correct this issue ourselves.
With pro.tel anyways...

more and more smartphone handsets are hitting the market in various larger screen sizes.
I am testing out a pro.tel mobile specific imageAd re-direct, (I may also include a textAd re-direct too)
that specifically let's the viewer choose to "switch" to the full website version of this site

Scroll to bottom right corner of that above linked page on your mobile handset to see the "switch" graphic

Thoughts? It just a rough test at this stage


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Re: .tel on tablets

Post by Expert on Sat 02 Feb 2013, 1:41 pm

Boracay wrote:choose to "switch" to the full website version of this site
This should be standard for all .tels!
What I don't like about your solution is that this option would be only available if the .tel developer a) is an advanced user (like you) and b) registers an additional domain (not .tel) for this purpose.
It's confusing for visitors to switch the website by using the link, too. Why not develop everything on .mobi from the beginning?
But what I like is your domain boracay.tel.
It looks amazing and shows the importance of nicely integrated pictures and BTW which won't be blocked by ad blockers.
That is another problem of the "pro .tels".

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