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SSPR & Mobile Support


Does the latest version of SSPR include a mobile version or is that
something that is expected in an upcoming release?


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Re: SSPR & Mobile Support

What do you mean by "mobile version"? I've used SSPR from a phone and
it's been just fine. I do not think there is a mobile app, though
creating one would probably be pretty easy (REST API, or a simple app that
just shows SSPR's site always for a specific organization).

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Re: SSPR & Mobile Support


So what I'm referring to is a version of the UI that is designed for
mobile devices, not an app (although that might be cool), but just a
streamlined UI designed for smaller screens. Something that would
detect a mobile browser and redirect to a mobile version of the website
(m.netiq.com vs netiq.com) so the UI would fit more appropriately. The
ability to view the regular site on my mobile device is nice but
sometimes that creates very small text or menu items that are difficult
to select whereas a mobile version of the site is more phone-friendly.


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Re: SSPR & Mobile Support

On 4/4/2016 11:36 AM, gdrtx wrote:
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> So what I'm referring to is a version of the UI that is designed for
> mobile devices, not an app (although that might be cool), but just a
> streamlined UI designed for smaller screens. Something that would
> detect a mobile browser and redirect to a mobile version of the website
> (m.netiq.com vs netiq.com) so the UI would fit more appropriately. The
> ability to view the regular site on my mobile device is nice but
> sometimes that creates very small text or menu items that are difficult
> to select whereas a mobile version of the site is more phone-friendly.


Yes, now that I think about it, it is built in. There is a custom style
section, where you specify a standard CSS file and a mobile CSS file.
So do what you feel like doing to it.


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