Subject: RE: mobile solution for ezproxy login pages?
Date: Wednesday 29th February 2012 21:43:55 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Media queries are what we've used on our login page: https://ezproxy.una.edu/login The CSS is embedded in the page if anyone wants to view source. -- Andy Taylor University of North Alabama From: Andrew Anderson [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 1:13 PM To: EZProxy discussion list Subject: Re: [ezproxy] mobile solution for ezproxy login pages? Instead of fighting a (losing) battle with server-side browser detection, I would recommend using CSS media queries instead. See http://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/ for an excellent demonstration of this. -- Andrew Anderson, Senior Systems Engineer, Library and Information Resources Network, Inc. http://www.lirn.net/ | http://www.twitter.com/LIRNnotes | http://www.facebook.com/LIRNnotes On Feb 29, 2012, at 1:08 PM, Klein, Stephen wrote: OCLC suggests we need to find a non-PHP based solution: "To begin with, you can add whatever you like to the HTML pages. Though, there is no guarantee that they will work with EZproxy. Sadly, we do not provide PHP or HTML support, only EZproxy support. So, any changes that you make will not be something that we can/will assist with customizing." Would like to use a non-PHP analog so I can have mobile users re-directed to mobile version. What are your solutions? Here is the PHP browser sniffer with redirect code, that I use on the rest of my site: You are currently subscribed to ezproxy as: [email protected]