Theres this... Auto Template Switcher for iPhone - Joomla! Extensions Directory
but I don't think its what you were looking for, as it just switches the template if a someones using a iphone/ipod
I've looked at the wiki which has a linkl to another site which has instruction and a link to a mocule for enabling the website to a be viewed nicely on a pda/iphone.
the link to download the module appears to have been removed.
Is the any other alternatives or has anyone got the module stshed away that I can have.
The wife is out tonight so I was thinking about setting this up to night. Any advice/guidence would be much appreciated.
here is the my schools website www.bishopsgarth.stockton.sch.uk
PEO (8th April 2009)
Cheers I'm on the train will take a look when I get home
I backed up using joomlapack, then installed the template and plugin as shown.
It then stuck on the mobile template - wouldn't get out, and I uninstalled the effing thing.
Then it stayed on it - the Edugeek template isn't working any more - even though the axe_rescheek_blue is still default (and unwritable)
I restored the site to the pre-install and it is still showing the mobile thing - I'm stuck with it!
lol w0000ps, what php version have you got? it could be this...
I have PHP 4 and still installed the plug-in. Now my Joomla installation is broken. Help!
Go into Joomla installation directory / plugins / system. Open mobile.php with any text editor and replace everything with exactly this:
Consider upgrading to PHP 5. Support for PHP 4 has been discontinued since 2007-12-31 by the PHP Group.
Last edited by mossj; 8th April 2009 at 08:29 PM.
I haven't had experiance with joompack... (I backup manualy, so it teachs the inner working of joomla).
So don't try this untill someone confirms my thinking
I THINK joompack backs up both your database and your files/extentions..
thus you MUST clear the database before you can use joompack to restore your site
therefore, clearing both the files AND the database, should allow a full restore... obvo don't delete the joompack files....
Last edited by mossj; 8th April 2009 at 08:41 PM.
Joomlapack worked perfectly by the way - real one-touch backup/restore facility - and with Filezilla to upload the files, you can choose to omit the uploading of big powerpoints and vids you know are okay.
Ah well, at least I know how to restore the site now!
Shall I dare to continue looking for mobile functionality, or shall I wait for people to demand it?
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