mobi website creator - for mobile...

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The PHP code is here but it would be great if someone in the forums with the necessary expertise would outline exactly how to use PHP with VSD or the CCHTML Editor. For example how to call if from HTML What exactly needs to be in the PHP and where to locate the PHP on the server. Where is Fe Pixie when we need her?


I'll second that - great idea!
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Kev Walsh wrote:
I came to Coffee Cup because I needed a software that an idiot can use. And having created my site I have proved my point. If i could write code, I would have chosen more tech savy software, rather than finding easy software!
The growth in mobile browsers grows exponentially every day. That means more & more mobile browsers will reject my site as they cannot display it correctly. But it also means there is an enormous demand for new software, that CC could be selling. I don't have a clue how to write the software that we are all desperate for... but if I could I would make a fortune. Someone will... I just prefer that it was coffee Cup. Come on guys there is an ocean of sales, dip your toes in.

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I can write code and yet I use CC software. Its not just about being an idiot, but also about streamlining.

I think the easiest way for CC to integrate something like this is through their html editor. They could create an alternative CSS that styles for mobile.
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paintbrush wrote:
The PHP code is here but it would be great if someone in the forums with the necessary expertise would outline exactly how to use PHP with VSD or the CCHTML Editor. For example how to call if from HTML What exactly needs to be in the PHP and where to locate the PHP on the server. Where is Fe Pixie when we need her?


I'll second that - great idea!


Who me?

*giggles* bad news - i know how to code - but i dont know how to work VSD :P

i'll take a look at your code and see if i cant tellya how to put it in the html editor though - just its past my bedtime so 'll do it in about 12 hours :)
Have fun
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psst - over here you lot....

http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/website … post128909

so we dont mess up the suggestions forum any more :)
Have fun
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While I appreciate the work around options, and will try to implement, PLEASE consider creating this! I agree with others, there is money for you to make here.
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I'll put in as many votes as necessary on this one :)

A most definite YES!

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If you'd like my humble opinion, you'd have a lot of hungry hotcake eaters
standing in line for their copy!

And, hotcakes go great with coffee! ;)

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I agree (a year later) about the need to create scripts for mobile web design. http://allwebcodesign.com/setup/mobi-templates.htm has some interesting templates that serve the mobile/desktop web.
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Help us convert our html to mobile website pages please.
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Please, Please, Please help with the mobile issue...you guys would be my hero's and I would never look back. Talk about building in customer loyalty! What an opportunity for CC. Wish I was on the receiving end of requests and comments as posted.

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