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0 360 posted 10 years ago by mcorlan
header line loads a new page into the browser
0 397 posted 10 years ago by amandalaine
0 328 posted 10 years ago by kbrown
0 367 posted 10 years ago by tpryan
0 357 posted 10 years ago by cmndo
It’s pretty straightforward, we loop the existing Views of the ScrollableView and copy each View, replacing the one to be change, to a new array. Then we tell the ScrollableView to use our new Views-array for it’s Views. I hope this helps someon...
0 343 posted 10 years ago by chlab
We create a View with a background color, put a semi-transparent TabbedBar with empty button names on top of it, then add another layer of fully visible labels spaced to fit the TabbedBar beneath it. Everything is then wrapped in one View, which you...
0 373 posted 10 years ago by chlab
Use this in the ApplicationModule.js file.
0 292 posted 10 years ago by garnold
Use in the ApplicationModule.js file.
0 234 posted 10 years ago by garnold
Use this in the ApplicationModule.js file.
0 315 posted 10 years ago by garnold
1 334 posted 10 years ago by jafar
Based upon http://csswizardry.com/2010/01/iphone-css-tips-for-building-iphone-websites/
0 432 posted 10 years ago by withinmedianl
Determines if splash screen is iPad or iPhone.
0 277 posted 10 years ago by vagrantradio
Adapted from CakePHP
0 362 posted 10 years ago by shodan_uk
Hide the url bar on page load in webkit mobile browsers.
0 884 posted 10 years ago by vagrantradio
0 300 posted 10 years ago by ubermind
Though an old post, this is my solution that's been pieced together from various comments on the article linked above.
1 584 posted 10 years ago by beneberle
These are just two css media queries you may want to use for your website development. With lots of smart-phones, and tablets being able to orientate their screens from landscape to portrait, you may want to include different styles for each. This is...
1 307 posted 10 years ago by paul66
3 662 posted 11 years ago by ohryan
1 345 posted 11 years ago by nathansearles
This rewrite covers most mobile devices (with few false positives). When a mobile device is detected it is redirected to /m/.
2 439 posted 11 years ago by ohryan