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"Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; ARM Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/538.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/538.15 Version/6.0 Debian/7.8 (188.8.131.52-0rpi18rpi1) Epiphany/3.8.2"
Yes, the currently accepted way to write for mobile is to use media queries to check screen size. Some web sites I have running appear as mobile just if the window is small enough to display better that way. Writing an entire site just for mobile has been a poor solution and we should be seeing less and less of this. Might try Iceweasel or Chromium to see if they exhibit the same behavior.gkreidl wrote:Some very stupid websites (developers) seem only to test for "arm" in the user agent string and then decide that it must be a mobile device.
That's one of the reasons why I added a command to change the user agent string in kweb(3). The application menu page contains some examples. You can select the user agent of Firefox Desktop (and others) with a single mouse click.