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    John
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    Default Fusion v12

    Hello,

    I am an old Fusion user since v4. Now I use v9 with great success.
    V12 is already 2 years old, and v13 may be around the corner.

    Question:
    Can I create new web sites and update the old ones for MOBILE use with v12,
    or must I buy Mosaic?

    Or should I wait for v13?

    Thanks in advance.




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    You can create new websites with NOF 12.

    You can import your old sites into NOF 12 using the export-to-template/new-site-from-template dance, which I'm sure you're familiar with.

    NOF 12 does not have any facility to convert a site to "mobile" use. There are some mobile styles in the "wizard" for creating a mobile friendly site from scratch.

    Mosaic isn't a product per-se. It is a subscription service for hosting a mobile site with online site building tools. Think WIX for mobile.

    What are you waiting for to appear in V13? Nobody knows when it will be released or what features may be added. Can you wait until Christmas?
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    John
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    Default Re: Fusion v12

    Hello Ray,
    Thank you for replying.

    It usually takes 2 years between versions.
    I'll wait for v13 to see if it comes with more mobile features.

    I have web sites related to stock trading and I thought I'd upgrade to v12.
    But no.
    Mobile users who want to learn how to trade stocks from my web sites will
    just have to wait or go elsewhere. B-)




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    It comes down to design. Properly designed web sites display just fine on mobile devices. The key is to keep it simple, keep the important content in one column, images only in that column. Javascript works fine, flash doesn't work on iPhones, iPods or iPads.

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    John
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    Hi Franko,
    Thank you for your comment.
    At my web site I have pop-upbuttons and, while I visited it on an iPad, they
    did not show up when resting the mouse on the main button.
    This means that visitors are not able to see the web site content. There
    could be many causes why it does not work, but to cut a long story short, I
    put a notice that the web site is not optimized for mobile use to make
    visitors aware that for best experince they should resort to PC.

    That's all I could do.



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    John
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    Default Re: Fusion v12

    Hi Franko,
    Thank you for your comment.
    At my web site I have pop-up buttons and, while I visited it on an iPad,
    they did not show up when resting the mouse on the main button.
    This means that visitors are not able to see the entire web site content.
    There could be many causes why it does not work, but to cut a long story
    short, I put a notice that the web site is not optimized for mobile use to
    make visitors aware that for best experience they should resort to PC.

    That's all I could do.











































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    "franko" <franko.5rk0ib@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> wrote in message
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    > It comes down to design. Properly designed web sites display just fine
    > on mobile devices. The key is to keep it simple, keep the important
    > content in one column, images only in that column. Javascript works
    > fine, flash doesn't work on iPhones, iPods or iPads.
    >
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