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We are starting to implement a style for mobile phones.

 

It woul be very helpful to receive feedback on this please.

 

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?278628-CAG-for-mobile-phones&p=3143535#post3143535

 

 

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Posting this using my Android phone. No problems.

 

It seemed to be a different login, then everything is the same as the pc version.


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Thanks for this.

 

Are you saying that the forum looks the same?

 

It should be a lightweight style and which is automatically detected by your phone.

 

If that isn't happening then it isn't working correctly


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The Login was a lighter version with "Cag Mobile" or some such title, then I entered the CAG site and it looked identical to the internet explorer version (down to the "consumer forum" menu with the >> symbol to shrink it to the right)


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I had a play with my mobile this morning. I am in a poor signal area (o2) and even then the pages loaded quite fast. My mobile is not 3G either. Couple of niggles though.

 

On the front page, when you click either consumer or reviews, the drop down box is cluttered with links overlapping(just my phone?)

On the consumer forums page, the side bar compresses everything. Would it be better to have that closed and leave the option open to the user.

 

When I next go into a 3G area, I will try my other mobile and see how the speed is. Overall, fairly impressed. BTW, I use Opera mini


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I am on an iphone. Everything is fine until I open a thread then it gets a bit jumbled (you can tell I'm a techy 'not' can't you) Bits are overlapping other bits and smilies are all over the place

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well I live in my own happy little world

 

 

and I have not got a frigging clue what you lot are on about

 

 

 

 

:madgrin:

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Me neither:|


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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well I live in my own happy little world

 

 

and I have not got a frigging clue what you lot are on about

 

:madgrin:

 

Bankfodder wants to know if you can get CAG on your Batphone:lol:

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BATPHONE? I have two tin cans and a very long piece of string I will have you know!

 

 

Hurmph batphone indeed

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So, I went to http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/content.php and it's exactly the same as regular CAG except where it says "menu" with a load of + boxes in IE8 it just has a long box with bullet points and no text on my mobile.

 

Oh, and it says mobile in the top left corner of the page.


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Thanks. We'll see what's wrong.

Sorry about all of this - as ususal!!


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I have an IPhone and it all works well for me.


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I managed to get into a 3G area on Saturday and the speed of downloads was brilliant.

 

Everything I tried worked but still the one niggle.

 

The consumer forums menu on the right should be left closed as all the posts I read are single letters down the page until I clicked the chevrons. I knew what to do but would the noobs?


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We are working on a new sidebar menu but it is tkaing some time.

 

In the meanwhile we are stuck with the existing one and we aren't able to change its behaviour unfortunately.

 

I'm glad that the rest of the mobile style is functioning well


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Maybe my phone, but the only different thing I can see using dolphin mobile browser is the spellcheck icon is missing.

 

P.s. posted this with it.


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have you tried the .mobi addresses?


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nope :p Jusr the regular consumeractiongroup.co.uk. I'll look into the .mobi later and post from there.


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