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  1. HI: I have a responsive web design with links to pages at another website, which is a site that is NOT mine. However, the pages at the other site have 2 different URLs. For example: (www.thispage.com/page-1.html or www.m.thispage.com/home.html, as a reference to a mobile page) . In other words, one link at the other site is for desktop viewers and the other link is for mobile users, but all links meant for desktop users are redirected and go directly to their home page (not to the mobile equivalent page). If a user at my website clicks on a link to their website from a mobile device, they are clicking on a link meant for desktop users. But if the user is at my website on a mobile device, the other website redirects them to their mobile "HOME PAGE", thus requiring the user to navigate to the specific page FROM THE HOME PAGE OF THAT SITE. [NOTE: I have the direct links to the specific mobile pages at the other site, but just don’t know how to give my mobile users the option to access them from a single click.] I want my mobile users to be able to go directly to the specific page of the other site without having to navigate to it from the home page of the other site. In short, if my user is on a desktop, they will go to the correct page. But if on a mobile device, they will go to the home page (not the specific page) of the other site and have to navigate to the specific page from there, which can be a real hassle. Here is my question: Is there an inline html or javascript code I can add to each outgoing link that will take the user directly to the specific page I want them to land on if they are using a mobile device instead of a desktop? For example: href = www.abcd.com/page.html (but if less than 800px) go to www.m.defg.com/page2.html. Please keep in mind, my site is already responsive, so I do not need a redirect for my pages, as they are mobile ready. I just need to create redirect links to the pages of the other website if my user is on a mobile device. Please help. Thank you.
  2. Hello again! The last thing I am attempting to do for my 1st website is add a custom form that I made via https://coveloping.com/tools/html5-responsive-form-generator I was able to figure out how to get it to appear on my page however I didn't see an option in the builder to select which email the form should send to. I am assuming this will go into the HTML section and not the CSS section? +54 Karma points if you can assist me x) May The 4th Be With You.
  3. Hello DaveJ, Regarding the SPELLER script: How hard would it be to adapt the script to connect to the audio file at www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary ? ....and also to have a "PLAY AUDIO" button. eg: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/acceptable In this way I would not have to create 100 audio files AND it would save time in the future when the words are changed for new ones. - Steve
  4. Hi, I am having problems with a script I am recycling from my client's old site. The issue was there before but wondering if there is a way to fix it. The page is here: http://www.tech-one-biomedical-services--inc.mybigcommerce.com/contact/ The email links don't work now that there is a class assigned to the table, enabling the backgrounds to be highlighted when the parts of the map are clicked on. They didn't work before either but I didn't realize it until the client pointed it out. I see when I hover in Firefox it looks like it should work, see the mailto: ref coming up, but when you click...nothing. Is there any way to either get the same effect with the clicking (or even hovering would be fine) so that the email links inside work? I tried embedding a table in this but it didn't work either. The original scrip is at: http://www.techonebiomedical.com/contact.html I am java illiterate so have no idea on the insides. Thanks!Gina
  5. Hi. I'm just looking for clarification on something.I have a page which I uploaded to a folder on a server. The page has associated with it a style sheet (CSS) and other files. Currently I believe the code in the page is looking for the associated items in the wrong place as it is coded thus:<link href="index_files/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"><script src="index_files/functions.js" language="javascript"></script>the folder these items are now placed in is a totally different place than the addresses aboveas they are in www.canwork-fromhome.com/Cash-in (the 'Cash-in' part is the holding folder)I have the style sheet and the functions.js in the same folder but the index page does notfind them addressed in the current way.I'm not sure how to write the address in after the"href=" to allow the code in the index page to find the code in the style sheet and fuctions.jsCan anyone point me in the right direction?ThanksJohn M.
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