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 have a xamarin application where in an activity and upon a click i am running a background service to load data into mobile application  where inside the service toast are shown
now when data is downloaded in the service
i need to hide the toast.
is there anyway to do it?
I have a site that works both on a desktop and mobile devices.  The problem is on the mobile device,  When you turn the device horizontal you cannot access the items at the bottom of the drop-down menu.  When you hold the device vertical the drop-down menu works fine.  Not sure where to begin here.
I am looking for a tool with which Internet traffic can be monitored and logged (OS Windows 7).  Resmon displays the active applications, and how much Internet volume each one uses up, but this information is not available at a later point in time.  Internet access in this case is over a mobile WLAN box equipped with a SIM card, and the mobile network operator sets a monthly data volume, which was unexpectedly used up by an unknown application.
Hi Android Experts,

I'm after an app/program that will allow me to organize all the icons on my Samsung Galaxy S9+ 256GB 4GX phone using my computer.

I recall being able to do this with my iPhones because iTunes displayed the phone configuration on screen and I could drag and drop apps and icons around on my computer screen while my phone was connected, and then the iPhone would update itself with the changes I'd made. I found this highly helpful and an easy way to organize my icons.

I have a LOT of icons and apps installed on my Android phone and organizing them the way I like in a native way on the phone I find to be a pain, so I'd like something that will allow me to do it the way iTunes let me do it with my iPhones.

Ie: Display my Phone screen configuration on my Windows 10 computer screen and allow me to organize my icons using my computer and then have my Android Phone update itself to the configurations that I'd selected on my computer screen. I'm happy to pay for a program to allow me to do this, so it doesn't have to be free.

I've looked through Google Play Store and see a lot of App Organizers, but they all seem to be just apps that are only installed on the Android phone, rather than allow me to connect the phone to the computer and do my organizing there.

Ie: Connect my phone to the computer so I can use my computer to update the icon positions on my phone instead.

Either this isn't available, or perhaps I'm using the wrong search terms on …
I have responsive html.

I wanted slant banner. It works well on desktop (Desktop Screen shot) but doesn't work on mobile well See Image Screen Capture on MobileI wanted on mobile banner should be Required banner on mobile
The Html code to create banner is:
    <div class="d-flex">
        <div class="slant">START EXECUTING YOUR PROJECT</div>
        <div style="background-color:black;width: 40%" class="flex-grow-1">
            <a href="#" class="themesflat-button bg-white small">
                    <span class="icon">
                        <i class="autora-icon-phone-contact"> </i>
                    </span> (+123) 4567 8901

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CSS code used is:

.slant {
    background: red;
    line-height: 50px;
    text-align: center;
    width: 60%;
    color: #fff;
    position: relative;
    overflow: hidden;

    .slant::after {
        position: absolute;
        content: " ";
        display: block;
        left: 50%;
        bottom: -20px;
        width: 100%;
        transform: rotate(140deg);
        background: black;
        top: 0;

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Please advise the solution.
I have an indoor bike trainer called Computrainer.  Communication protocol is old-school serial port.  Eventually, SERIAL/USB became available and is still used today however with so many newer mobile apps, it would be ideal to have some way to communicate over Bluetooth, WiFi, or ANT+.  Prices for adapters vary a bunch.  Are these solutions all viable?

CDW  $65.99
COLE-PARMER  $201.11
EBAY  $38.99

Dynamics 365 CE,
Mobile applications

I am having a problem configuring Views just for mobile.  If I select the Custom Mobile App in Dynamics 365 (see below), deactivating a view affects all other areas in the sandbox.

Is there a way to change the view list just for mobile?

Dynamics 365
Hi Experts,

I recently consolidated a number of contacts that were duplicated in my contacts list on my Android S9+ mobile phone.

Now I've noticed that a lot of the consolidated contacts have the wrong avatar of the persons face, in many cases, the avatar on the contact is of a totally different person than who the contact in my phone really is.

Can anyone explain the best way to fix this so that the pictures on the contacts are correct? Please include step by step instructions if possible as I'm relatively new to Android phones, being an Iphone user for many years.

Many thanks for any help.

Regards, Andrew
As I try to learn more about Microsoft Intune MAM and MDM, a question came to mind, can a mobile device be registered to more than one Intune (Profile) Environment? Say your a contractor and working for multiple companies and building out their Intune environment, can a single device be joined to multiple?

Don't know if anyones tried or knows, Im interested though.
How can we deny mobile connection by user in office 365. Disabling ActiveSync didnt help. Outlook for mobile uses Api for connection. So i cant deny users to access from his mobile devices? any idea how can we do it?
How does password reset works in international locations with MFA.  Here in US I can input a phone number in AD Mobile field. example +1-415-111-1111
Then it sends a code to the phone and you confirm.  Would it work with international locations?  Example China +86-180-1111-1111
Question about MAM (Mobile app management) "without" enrollment on Android devices.  

Ive just turned on MAM App Policies - I have 2 seperate Policies for IOS and Android, and it covers all MS Mobile apps on the list, ie Outlook, Word, Excel, OneDrive, etc

IOS testing is running nicely. Prompts users to choose a pin etc. Works a dream.

Android users however show a message as follows:
"To use your work or school account with this app, you must install the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app. Tap "Go to store" to continue.  

When the user follows this advice, they install the app but do not need to sign-in to it.  Its an extra step we do not believe is necessary.

Is this normal on Android??
My understanding is MAM does not need the "Microsoft Intune Company Portal app" .

Can we remove this message?
Advice from others who have set this up appreciated.
I have found a great mobile responsive menu that i need some help to implement on my website.

The menu can be seen at

The code is html:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/menu.css">
<script src="//"></script>
<script src="js/menu.js"></script>
<nav id='cssmenu'>
<div class="logo"><a href="index.html"><img  style="height:20px" src=""/> </a></div>
<div id="head-mobile"></div>
<div class="button"></div>
<li class='active'><a href='#'>HOME</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>ABOUT</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>PRODUCTS</a>
      <li><a href='#'>Product 1</a>
            <li><a href='#'>Sub Product</a></li>
            <li><a href='#'>Sub Product</a></li>
      <li><a href='#'>Product 2</a>
            <li><a href='#'>Sub Product</a></li>
            <li><a href='#'>Sub Product</a></li>
            <li><a href='#'>BIO</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>VIDEO</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>GALLERY</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>CONTACT</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>HOME</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>ABOUT</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>BIO</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>VIDEO</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>GALLERY</a></li>
<li><a href='#'>CONTACT</a></li>

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My client's mobile has been hacked today. It is the second time that he has the problem.

Is there any apps (like firewall, anti-virus) that can install on Android phone ?

Is there solution that can log any traffic sending out or connecting to a mobile, so that we can track more information in future ?

Any other suggestion is appreciated ?

I am migrating from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010.  Outlook clients automatically are picking up the new server.  How do I get my mobile ActiveSync accounts to do the same without having to reconfigure everyone's phone?  The Exchange 2010 server is NATted behind a firewall.  1 public address.
User cannot synch new phone X
then user receives an email:

From: Microsoft Outlook
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2018 7:37 AM
To: Erik Almaas <>
Subject: Error with your new mobile phone partnership
Importance: High

You have 10 phone partnerships out of the maximum allowed 10 partnerships. After you reach the maximum, you can't create additional partnerships until you delete existing ones from your account. To do so, sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options > Phone > Mobile Phones, and delete any unused partnerships.

We use SBS 2011 which includes Exchange 2010
We have never seen this before
I am working with a Mobile app using XAML and WebView.  It is also using Angular.

In Angular, I know that this syntax is like a "placeholder" for actual data you want to put on the form:


But what I need help determining is what formatting is being applied to this date value?  The CSS class "dataColSig" is just setting the width to 23%.

 <tr><td class="labelColSig">Date:</td><td class="dataColSig">{{task.PartActualEndDate}}</td><td class="labelColSig">Date:</td><td class="dataColSig">{{task.ActualEndDate}}</td><td class="labelColSig">Date:</td><td class="dataColSig">{{task.ApprovedDate}}</td></tr>

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There is a lot of .js code to wade through.  How can I quickly find where the date format is being applied by Angular?

Debugging this at runtime is tricky, since this is a XAML app using WebView to display the HTML page.  I can't simply right-click and "Inspect element" on the HTML page at runtime.

I can set breakpoints in the JavaScript and then turn on Script as the debug type in Visual Studio ... so I do have that.  It's just that none of the breakpoints seem to be getting hit where task.PartActualEndDate is referenced in the .js code (that I  can tell).

Screenshot of the date values at runtime:

format date angular
I am looking for a tablet/laptop that employee can use when they are on the go.

I will have an access program running on it [the database is on the company server].

Need to connect to their office computers in a domain environment via a VPN connection.

Light work [no robust system]

Work on Verizon network.

Purpose of porches giving the employees access to their computer on the go and using the access program.

Any recommendation, please.
Does anyone know of a specific way to get the RSSI and SNR from a CP-8821 Cisco mobile phone?  I checked what I could from the phone itself and tried a couple of other free utiliies without getting that info.  Any ideas please let me know.  Thanks!
webmail(owa) working(slow)
mobile phone(outlook) working
Windows outlook not working.trying to connect and after 5 minutes connects and maybe ask for password and working(slow)

prtg monitoring-RPC client access errors

How to troubleshoot  RPC errors!!
I have a responsive menu.  I call a Javascript function if enter key is pressed from mobile.
On desktop the following code works fine but how to call the function if enter key is pressed from touch devices?
jQuery("#input").keypress(function(e) {
    if(e.which == 13) {

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To whom it may concern

One of my clients have an employee that has left their company and I need to give the manager access to the user’s e-mail account.  
The client uses Google APPS and is on the G Suite Basic Package.  Some of the users have 2 Step Verification enabled on their e-mail accounts.
I am struggling to disable 2 Step Verification for a specific user.  I am logged in as a G-Suite Administrator.  Every time I try to disable 2 Step Verification for the user, the slider just goes back and I receive the following error message at the bottom of the screen.
Failed to turn off two sv for user.  Indicated in red.  I attached a screenshot of the error as well (2SV Error).  I could disable on another user account, but not this one.  I did reset the password, but every time I try to log onto the account, it asks to enter the G-Suite code send to the mobile number.  I have also updated the account with my cell phone number in an attempt that the code will be send to my phone number, but it still keeps sending the code to the original user’s cellphone number.
Please advise how I can disable the 2 Step Verification and gain access to the e-mail account.

Kind Regards
web site design:

I have a small website which I maintain myself. Bit of HTML and bit of CSS modified from various books etc.

Yes I know I could afford to hire someone but I like tinkering. I have used some basic media queries to feed the mobile version as it were.

"website grader" says my mobile effort only scores 15 out of 30

The mobile version is lacking a bit of style

I own the domain and host the site with fasthosts.  
I upload files via an old copy of dreamweaver.

The site is reasonably responsive and it is very fast to load but lacks a bit impact. (but google says it is mobile friendly)

It has fallen down the ratings for "Solicitors Syston"  in the last couple of years as some big names have come into the town.

I am tweaking the SEO

However I am in the lead with Google Reviews. yay!

Given that I don't want to spend £5 to £10k on a full site redesign-(I like the elements, header style etc) what would be your advice.
ps:  I am only a year or three away from retirement and business is pretty good anyway.

Should I

1 ask a local designer to sort out the CSS for the mobile site

2  use an app like duda mobile or go mobi to create a mobile-only version and leave the desktop untouched.

3 use Divi (wordpress) I have tinkered with this-I can get what it does and cope with it-I have six months of a subscription left.

4  leave it alone

5 get out more

6 None of the above
Have Installed a new wildcard SSL Exchange Certificate on a Windows 2016 Server for Clients can connect fine using mobile phones but when Internal on the LAN using Outlook 2016 we get 2 certificate prompts stating that the stating the name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name on the site. The wildcard certificate is for so not sure my Im getting these prompts. In Exchange I have applied the IIS Service to the certificate. The clients are using Windows 10 and also Windows 7. I have added various auto discover settings to the host file on one client but to no avail, help please.
Newly installed Exchange 2016 server.  Have 2 users with issues trying to get email accounts setup on their mobile devices.  Thus far I have looked into one of the accounts.  Both users are out of state so I don't have physical access to their mobile devices.  However, I tried to setup their Exchange account on my personal smart phone (Android) and using two different apps I am unable to get the account to authenticate and add to the device.  The remote users has an iPhone.  Supposedly they can add the account, but nothing ever syncs.  However, we have many other users in the organization that have successfully setup their accounts no their mobile devices.  In fact, we have attempted to setup another users account on the iPhone in question and that account works fine.  So I would say the users device is not the issue.  In addition, I am able to login to the users account using OWA with the same credentials and the user has Outlook 2016 on their computer using the same credentials.  Not sure where to start in trying to diagnose why it is not working.  

Help is appreciated.






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.