I have an existing website that is getting a good amount of Google traffic. Now I want to create a version for mobiles - preferably another website, not just another wb template (as it will have reduced content). The mobile website could sit on a sub-domain or a separate domain.
I have read about the isMobile() snippet. On this post http://www.websitebaker2.org/forum/index.php/topic,19589.msg133311.html#msg133311
it says you can direct to another website if a mobile device is detected. But really, I want a page-by-page redirect
, as most of my traffic land on pages other than the home page, so I would want to redirect them to the corresponding page on the mobile website.
Is this possible with isMobile() snippet? Am I on the right track? No-one has posted on the isMobile() snippet topic since March last year - perhaps because of Rudd's comment that
The problem with the handheld stylesheets is that not all mobile browsers support them.
But if I am redirecting to a mobile website (not a different stylesheet), this would not be a problem, I think???
(As you can probably tell, I don't have a great technical grasp of this problem).