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    how to enable joomla to be pda/iphone friendly

    Hi gang,

    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

    Cheers

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    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

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    You want these? Also available from here Mobile Sites with Joomla! CMS | mobiForge
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Quote Originally Posted by Netman View Post
    You want these? Also available from here Mobile Sites with Joomla! CMS | mobiForge
    Cheers - but does this work with Joomla 1.5?

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    Cheers I'm on the train will take a look when I get home

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    I'm gonna try this one out:

    SourceForge.net: Joomla Mobile Plugin

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    Help!

    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!

    Please help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallgo View Post
    Help!

    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!

    Please help!
    Cleared your cache?

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    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:

    <?php ?>

    Consider upgrading to PHP 5. Support for PHP 4 has been discontinued since 2007-12-31 by the PHP Group.
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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEO View Post
    Cleared your cache?
    LOL - cleared cookies now it's fine!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallgo View Post
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    lol our cookies, borked it?

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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallgo View Post
    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?
    I'd install WAMP on your own machine, then make a backup site on there. That way you can test extentions without it being live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mossj View Post
    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....
    you are correct in this. if you are using joomlapack and are having issues, you can PM me or visit the website Welcome to JoomlaPack

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