[wp-hackers] Where to insert mobile redirect code?
wordpress at helices.org
Tue Mar 27 22:57:54 UTC 2012
I created a file: aaa-mobile-redirect.php
I added the exact code snippet (below) with no whitespace before nor after.
I uploaded to here: /wp-content/mu-plugins/aaa-mobile-redirect.php
I removed that exact code from the 1st lines of /index.php
It does NOT work.
What am I missing? Thank you.
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On 3/27/2012 5:03 PM, Aaron Jorbin wrote:
> I would look at doing it as a MU plugin -
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> On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 6:01 PM, Mike Schleif<wordpress at helices.org> wrote:
>> I have this simple PHP code:|
>> require_once "/_PATH_/_DOMAIN_/class.**mobile.php";
>> $mobile = new MobileWebarto("http://m._**DOMAIN_");
>> Obviously, _PATH_ and _DOMAIN_ are placeholders.
>> class.mobile.php identifies whether or not the visitor is a mobile device.
>> On most sites, inserting this code at line #1 of header.php behaves
>> exactly as I want and expect.
>> However, some sites do NOT behave as desired.
>> In reality, I want this code to execute PRIOR to any theme code.
>> Furthermore, I don't want WordPress updates to remove the call to this
>> It seems that this code could be inserted into index.php - BUT ...
>> HOW can this be done WITHOUT future WP updates removing my code?
>> Please, advise. Thank you.
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