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how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop

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how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop
Sep 16 '08 #1
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sarika wrote:
how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop
There is no way to know if your site is being accessed through a laptop
or not.

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Sep 16 '08 #2

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On 16 Sep, 06:44, sarika <sarikason...@gmail.comwrote:
how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop
You asked in another thread about how to detect things like this and
were given lots of answers.

How dumb are you that you think asking the same question with slightly
different words will change the answer?
Sep 16 '08 #3

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Captain Paralytic wrote:
On 16 Sep, 06:44, sarika <sarikason...@gmail.comwrote:
>how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop

You asked in another thread about how to detect things like this and
were given lots of answers.

How dumb are you that you think asking the same question with slightly
different words will change the answer?
'Morning, Paul. Glad you caught that - I knew the question sounded
familiar, but I haven't had my first cuppa joe yet this morning, so my
brain is a little fuzzy (or fuzzier than normal, anyway :-) ).

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Sep 16 '08 #4

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sarika wrote:
how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop
The only way this 'might' be possible is if you can get your users to
run some proper executable code on their side i.e. activeX, .exe, java
etc. and very few people will want to do that! I think you'd get better
results just popping up a box in javascript simply asking them:

Laptop | Desktop

This would probably work fairly well, until people begin to realise that
they get more crap popping up when they click laptop. Anyway, what you
are asking is LITERALLY NOT POSSIBLE using PHP alone and therefore
really not appropriate for this group so please don't ask again :]

Roger - http://movingtoubuntu.technicalbloke.co.uk
Sep 16 '08 #5

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sarika wrote:
how to open another page when my site is accessed through laptop
If you want to know something like that of your users, the best way is
probably by asking them. A better approach might be to allow them to
customize how they browse your site through some preference options.

Also, just curious, why do you want the user to see different content
just because they're on a laptop?

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Sep 16 '08 #6

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