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    I am looking at a couple of specific applications that would require PDA viewing. Does anyone have a site that is PDA friendly that I could look at? I DO NOT need to pst anything, just would like to take a look at it.

    Thanks in advance.
    Phil

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    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/archive/index.php/ there is a PDA link in the top right corner

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    • #3
      Originally posted by psinewe
      I am looking at a couple of specific applications that would require PDA viewing.
      Look at the very bottom of this page, you should see "Archive" near the bottom right. Click it. It may not help you, but I'm wondering why "Archive" isn't renamed "PDA" and made into a button near the top left of the screen for use by PDAs?
      Jack.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jhobbs
        Look at the very bottom of this page, you should see "Archive" near the bottom right. Click it. It may not help you, but I'm wondering why "Archive" isn't renamed "PDA" and made into a button near the top left of the screen for use by PDAs?
        The Archive link does not work on some forums and that is why it is a switch in the admin CP to turn it off. Here is the explaination from admin CP.

        Some search engines don't like "dynamic" pages with parameters in the URLs, like http://www.domain.com/index.php?parameter=value. The archive feature gives search engines "static" URLs from which to access your forum content.


        and

        The Search-Friendly Archive works only under the Apache web server with PHP compiled as a module.

        It provides a basic structure that search engines can spider to grab all the content on your site.

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