April 23rd, 2013 at 00:42 #5363Willy Grigg
I’m working on a wordpress website and I’m trying out Mantra on it. I started out development on Linux hosting, then moved it to a windows host.
When viewing the site on a mobile device the Linux hosted site had a nice menu for navigating the several different pages – looking at the page source, it looks like it was a select object class=”tinynav tinynavNAN”. On the Windows hosted site, this class wasn’t there, there was just the larger vs of the menu – that looks like it would be similar for a normal website, which won’t show on mobile devices. The linux hosted vs of the site is at http://willygrigg.com/computeroptions/dvmtoolbox/
I’ve tried on several browser based mobile emulators and the results are the same. Is this a problem with the mobile-specific css. I noticed the linux vs had the title based permalinks in it (that don’t work with the Windows hosting). This could be bc I have the linux site set up to use the title based permalinks.
I hope we can use Mantra as it looks like a really flexible solution, but we need to have a menu for our mobile users.
Thanks for your help and for a great product,
Willy GriggApril 23rd, 2013 at 22:52 #5392Willy Grigg
btw the link for the version of the site that doesn’t have a working menu on mobile devices is….
It looks like we might end up moving the site to linux based hosting, so it may be a moot point for us, but maybe something interesting for you to look at anyway.
WillyApril 24th, 2013 at 19:30 #5423ZedCryout Creations mastermind
Fix the files to have proper EOL on Windows and this issue will go away. Try to re-upload all files and upload them as binary instead of ASCII.April 25th, 2013 at 19:06 #5497Willy Grigg
Thanks for the insight and information, Zed. It sounds like another thing to watch for when using Windows-based hosting. I think we’re going to move to Linux hosting.
It looks like I should have posted my problem in installation problems, not bugs.April 26th, 2013 at 10:38 #5536robbierut
This is great! This solved it for me, thanks!
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