Mobile web development, also known as responsive web design, is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). A site designed with RWD adapts the layout to the viewing environment by using fluid, proportion-based grids, flexible images, and CSS3 media queries.

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I feel with every update my word press page gets moved out of alignment.   All of the sudden on my mobile everything is pushed to the right, but it looks perfect on a PC. Can someone please assist?  See attached for what the page looks like on a mobile phone. Home page looks good its all my pages with posts that do not. The example is on: example
We have users that would like to sync Exchange Calendars to their mobile devices.  Per company policy, some users are not to have access to email this unless approved by HR.  Is there a way to limit what is sync through some sort of Exchange mobile Device Policy?  I was hoping to give them the ability to sync calendars/contacts,  but not email?
While implementing restrictions to EAS (Exchange ActiveSync) the system automatically sends a notification to the user upon a failed partnership as follows:

"You have 1 device partnerships out of the maximum allowed 1 partnerships. After you reach the maximum, you can't create additional partnerships until you delete existing ones from your account. To do this, sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options > Phone > Mobile Devices, and delete any unused partnerships."

We want to work with each user to ensure the previous partnership was properly terminated and company data removed from the device before allowing them to add a new device partnership. After incidents where users have traded their old phone in while upgrading, leaving a synchronized email account active for anyone to review, or a user with access to sensitive email handing their old devices down to family member or friend, we've had to become strict on this rule. We've looked for options to modify the notification sent by the system to remove the instructions on how the user can manually remove the old partnerships from OWA without luck. We then looked for options to remove the users ability to delete old partnerships through OWA itself without luck.

Does anyone know of a way to customize or modify the default system notification and/or remove the users capability to manage these partnerships on their own?
We use Enterprise Mobility Mgmt (from the former Blackberry) MDM
 but support is not that great.

Can this MDM
a) check if an IOS/Android has an anti-malware (plan to use the free
    AV like malwarebytes) installed & updated with latest AV signature
   (at least not more than 2 days old) & only allow the mobile device
   to connect to our corporate Wifi if AV is present & it's up-to-date?

b) supported versions of IOS/Android is used before allowing it to

If it doesn't, can suggest a low-cost (or free) MDM that could do the
I'm creating an Android app in which there is a listeview and the search is filtered through an EditText.

What I want to know is how does Instagram (for example) show the preview of searches divided into categories?

Let me explain better, if on Instagram I look for example "London" I will come out in a list of fields where for example there is the city icon and with the word "London" next to it, underneath there is a field with "#london" written on it and another field with "London" and the user's photo below.

What are the names of the searches divided into categories or sections in "Programming"?

I would like to do it in my App but the problem is that I don't know how to call this thing.

If I have a listview and want to filter it through a search, while I type the word "London" it immediately shows me the Items with the same name as "London", instead I want a search like that of Instagram where the results are filtered first categories and then when you click on the category it shows you the results.

What is the name of this practice?
Hello Team,

I want to know the configuration details for the below requirements.

I want to setup a Radius server on Windows Server 2012 R2 STD configured with AD, DNS, DHCP, NPS, CA, IIS etc. to connect Ubiquity (AC Pro)Wireless SSID on non-domain laptop and mobile devices (android and Iphone) using an External certificate.  but the condition is the mobile users or laptop users should not have any authority to copy/export  this certificate to another devices.

please help me on this case. thanks in advance
I mainly use my smartphone when I go out and for navigation.  I  overheard someone saying they use tracfone and only spend $30 every few months. I have T- mobiile, the reception is terrible...can’t get signal frequently and spend 50 per month flat-rate. Should I purchase phone minutes and buy data for navigation?  Current plan is wasted money for me.
I have an old site here built in JQuery Mobile 1.2.1. It was working fine cross-browser until fairly recently.

As with all other sites in this client's family, this site is required to include a global navigation bar from the main organization, placed by including a js dependency at the end of the document head. This has been a requirement for some time and worked fine.

The site in question makes use of a hidden main nav that is revealed when a user clicks the menu button, at which point the page slides 175px to the right to reveal the main navigation on the left. Again, no problems there until recently.

I noticed only today that in Safari, when the global nav is called and the main navigation is revealed, gesture scrolling down the page (i.e., two finger trackpad or one finger on the Mac Pro wireless mouse) no longer works reliably. I say "reliably" because if you keep futzing long enough, you'll get some movement. If you scroll to the top of the page and past, it rubber bands back and you may be able to scroll down for a second or two. Strangely, x-scrolling is no problem (though this should probably  be disabled, as side scrolling isn't useful here). It's all super buggy-looking and very  strange.

Inspecting the code, I was able to find nothing with overflow-y:hidden (which was my immediate suspicion). I suppose that makes sense since I am able to scroll sometimes.

I noticed scrolling behavior returns to normal if I remove the required global …
Does the mobile versions of Microsoft Office (obtained from the Microsoft Store) has the same capabilities as the one downloaded from
To provide more information: I am installing the mobile version of Office on a laptop.
OS: WIndows 10
Hi all,

We are creating an Android app that will use google authentication, as such, all users will have a google account.

Part of the apps functionality is that a user can "connect" with other users, and so they will have a list of contacts.

We would like to be able to take the email address of the contact and retrieve the google profile picture and display it.

Does anyone know how to do this, currently we haven't found any useful information, just depreciated APIs.

We are using android 9 (in case that makes a difference).

Any help is very much appreciated.

JQuery Mobile 1.4.5 is randomly adding .ui-corner-top or .ui-corner-bottom literally all over the place, and for the life of me I can't figure out why.

Here's a screenshot of the generated code showing these classes added like crazy all over the place, with little rhyme or reason. This seems to have just started happening.

Note the highlighted lines. Each of these elements has corner classes added in addition to the one other (non-JQM-related) class. This is just plain weird.

I have some custom JS code in its own separate file, but neither of these corner classes are mentioned there, so it seems to somehow be coming from JQM itself. I'm not enough of a JS whiz to determine why these are being added, but it doesn't really make sense out of the box... none of the affected divs have any JQM-related classes added by me. Why would JQM add these?

I previously used JQM 1.2.1 and have never seen the like of this.

How can I stop this madness? I'd love to add a link for reference but I'm concerned about exposing my client's code (or more accurately my own ignorance to said client somehow – I like to think they think I know everything).

Our Exchange 2010 running on Server 2008r2 SP1 has slowly having issues.
1. New users were unable to add exchange email on mobile phones, now older users are having an issue where they do not receive emails any longer.
2. OWA will not let you look at options or see previous emails without displaying the first read email, mainly no buttons work other than looking at inbox emails, BUT if "Light Version" is used - no issues that I can see aside from not having all the features.

My workaround was making users able to select "Light Version". I have looked around, recreated virtual directories but nothing has changed.

One thing I forgot to add, while using O365 Outlook, we are prompted for a password every time we load Outlook up. We are even asked for passwords of "Managed Full Access Permission" inboxes that a user has access to.
2016 Exchange server need to configure some users to not have OWA access but their mobile phones need to work. I tested on one device and I get stuck with the password prompt spinning until it eventually times out. Am I missing something? I'm certain I've done this on other exchange servers.

We want to manage company deployed mobile phones.  Basically, we want to manage amount the data on the phones, allowed applications and restrict websites such as YouTube if the phone is not on WiFi.  

We use Office 365.  Our users have E3 or P1 licenses.  Can the phones be managed from the Exchange portal or we need a specific license like Intune for that?  

Please advise.

Many thanks.
If I want to place ads on a web page that renders larger than an ad on a mobile device, how do I do that please?
I'm a non-programmer (i.e., designer) using JQuery Mobile 1.2.1 (I know this is old, in the process of updating). When a visitor arrives at a particular static page via an outside link that includes a #hash at the end of the URL (i.e., "", #target being a section inside a collapsible), I need a collapsible on that page to expand, then I need the page to scroll smoothly to the target of the hash.

At the moment, this is a very specific use case, where I know the exact section and the target I want to scroll to, but it would be nice if this code could be reusable for any external link coming to a page where I would like to scroll to any target that's inside any collapsible. At this point, I'd settle for anything that works, as this is a somewhat urgent request.

I'm able to accomplish this sort of thing when just navigating to targets within a page via click, but when arriving from outside the page/site via a hash link URL, the results are very random and somewhat unpredictable. The collapsible opens, and then either the page scrolls to the target then immediately resets to view to the top of the page, or the scroll lands off target by varying margins. Kinda maddening.

This is where I've arrived most recently before throwing up my hands and running here.

$(window).bind("load", function() {
    	var hashName = window.location.hash;
//because I know the specific hash, I put it in an if statement to keep it from possibly interfering 

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I share a Bluetooth speaker booster with a colleague and every time I need it I have to ask my colleague to disconnect or “Forget this device” so I can use it.  How can I configure my mobile devices or the speaker to connect from one device and disconnect from the other?  (If possible)
I have to restrict spacebar on my textbox I restrict keyvode 32 using JavaScript and it's working fine on desktop but on mobile devices it doesn't works. Can anyone provide perfect solution for this?
The users of the mailboxes that were moved from Exchange 2010 (Server 2008) to 2016 (Server 2016) started reporting they could not send mail from their mobile devices.  I had them delete their accounts from their mobile devices and add them back.  Although they could add the account successfully, they still could not send mail from their mobile devices.

I created a new mailbox on 2010 and another on 2016, which both worked properly so this is only an issue for moved mailboxes.

Mail is flowing through the 2016 connectors, Outlook Anywhere is configuring clients in and out of the office, and MS Remote Connectivity Analyzer does not show any problems for the affected users.  I though I was ready to test turning off the 2010 server but I definitely missed something.

I could not find any articles that posted appropriate or sufficiently detailed solutions.  I did check the affected users’ advanced permissions in AD to make sure they were inheriting the “Exchange Servers” as suggested in one post but it was already enabled.

The natives are getting restless and I am desperate.  Help!

Thank you in advance!

How to active a mobile device by PowerShell when his status is: DeviceAccessState   : Blocked

I see can I can do that from O365 Exchange admin center, go in Device Mailbox and click on Mobile Devices/View details and click on Allow.

How can we do it by PowerShell?
I’ve been looking at the ionic 4 framework and the ui looks really neat.

I was wondering...

Is the a way to use the css only of ionic 4?

If so how?
User wants to get a Windows Laptop to run AutoCad 2019
He sees lots of well-priced i5 units.

He is not working with 3-dimensional objects in AutoCad - mostly for 'blueprints' for construction.  Revet sometimes does 3D stuff that is relevant.

I know that the cheaper the laptop is, the less complex the graphics circuitry.

He saw a good deal on a Lenovo
Intel i5 mobile processor, 8 GB RAM, Intel UHD Graphics 620

Is this acceptable for his floorpans in AutoCad?

This is my page using the ARIA CSS role=button feature. It is applied to the A tag inside a DIV. I also have regular A tag elements in the DIV that are getting this ARIA feature inherited and I don't want it to affect my regular hyperlinks.

This is the code
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
<html xmlns="">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Wilderness Club Member Newsletter</title>
<script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
      <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//">
      <script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
      <script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
      <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="">

<style type="text/css">
body {
   padding-bottom: 25px;
   background-image:    url(newsimg/background.jpg);
    background-size:     cover;                     
    background-repeat:   no-repeat;
    background-position: center center;
	background-attachment: fixed;
h4 {
	padding-left: 5%;

.module .collapse, .module 

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When I check Mobile devices details of  an O365 mailbox, I see this:

User agent:      
Client type:      

Access state:      
Access Denied
Access set by:      
Too many identical sync commands

What "Too many identical sync commands" means?

In O365 Exchange admin center/Mailboxes when I check a user mailbox Mobile Devices details, I see this:

Is this all mobiles devices that are connected to the mailbox?






Mobile web development, also known as responsive web design, is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). A site designed with RWD adapts the layout to the viewing environment by using fluid, proportion-based grids, flexible images, and CSS3 media queries.