I'm having difficulty with my client's Muse website being redirected to the desktop version even when viewed on a phone. The home page comes up correctly as the phone version, however the remaining pages all try to link to the desktop version. Any suggestions? I've tried setting different pagebreaks only to get error messages re overlapping sizes. I've therefore deleted the double up pagebreaks to alleviate this error and no success. I've also had no luck changing the title url the pages (eg about.html was changed to http://www.barbecuehq.com.au/phone/about.html) in the phone version. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks! Bec
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If you use adaptive design as you did, the www.yourdomain.com/phone.html gets added automatically.
There`s no way to change this.
On my side – Safari on OS10.12 every page works and shows up as expected.
Thanks so much. It seemed to work perfectly for the main menu items set on each of the pages, however for any extra buttons or hyperlinks I had created within the content sections, they needed to be manually changed to include "phone" or "tablet" within the url. So it took a lot longer to go through each page and fix, however seemed to do the trick. Again thanks so much for your assistance