I know this is a 5 year old post, but it is still the first Google hit for "GitHub Switch to Mobile Version" and several other variants. The solution to add "?mobile=1" still works at least in some cases, but there is a more all encompassing one if you want to change the setting across the board.
As of now, if you click "Always Use Desktop Version" you ...
It worked for me - although the email address I used was a forwarded business email address (eg. email@example.com) forwarded to my firstname.lastname@example.org account - but it might work with your hotmail account too.
With this method, it will always show the SAME profile photo, what you set for your gmail account.
Use your Desktop computer / Laptop.
Road.li lets you put in your start point, end point, and a query, and it will show you places that match the query along your route. It also shows how much time each place adds to your trip.
It is a tool that I created.
Yes, there is, it's just not very intuitive because although it is a configuration option, it's not related to mobile devices itself.
Assuming you have a Wikipedia Account and that you're already logged in, go to your Preferences (top-right links) and under the Appearance tab select MinervaNeue among the available options for Skin and hit Save down below.
Wikia has a mobile application you can try out. However if you do not have an Apple product this is not very helpful.
If you are on a mobile device trying to view the page you should be automatically switched to the mobile skin based on your user agent.
As you can see in the image below, I am emulating using a Nexus 5 phone to browse Wikia and it has ...
I was reading a wikia page with an Asus Memo Pad tablet and I could switch to mobile site/full site. When I switched to mobile site, it added to the url the following: "?useskin=wikiamobile"
Therefore the solution seems to be to change
In general, hard to say, but rather not -- the last calculated values are stored and loaded with the ...
I think that you are missing that some books in Google Books are only available as they were scanned from libraries. If they isn't mobile friendly format you should get a device with a bigger screen. Nowadays some TVs are able to browse the web and some mobile devices could cast content to bigger screens.
Side note: According to the Google Books help there ...
Seems like overriding User Agent to with general.useragent.override to Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:63.0) Gecko/63.0 Firefox/63.0 works: meet.google.com shows real UI instead of redirect to the non-installed app.
You can embed private videos, but private videos can only be shared with up to 50 people and you need to be logged into a Google account to view them.
What you are looking for is to make your video "Unlisted" which will mean other YouTube users won't find it in YouTube search results, via your user page or similar videos. This is what you want to be using ...
You can simply change your browser's User Agent to that of a mobile browser. Quora reads the User Agent when you load the page to determine which version of the page to show.
There are various tools to help with this (Chrome or Firefox add-ons, for example), or you can use the browser's built-in features to set it manually.
Once you set your User Agent and ...
Chromium web dev toolbar "Toggle device toolbar"
It is likely detected from user agent.
Chromium's builtin web dev toolbar can easily switch to a mobile user agent for you:
Ctrl + Shift + C
Ctrl + Shift + M (or click "Toggle device toolbar" at top left)
Reload the page
Tested in Chromium 58.
What I've found is that some github pages are mobile while others are desktop/full pages.
For example if you go to https://github.com, you'll see the desktop site but if you go to https://github.com/explore, it's a mobile version (Safari on iOS).
So if you're looking at a repository, you'll see a mobile version of the page.
EDIT: if you don't see a "...
I know this is quite an old question, but I found this site that provides some value:
Find Businesses On Your Way
It's not perfect (or perhaps I've not played with it enough yet), but it's better than anything else I've stumbled across so far.
If the video contains audio that may be subject to copyright, then the copyright holder has the ability to restrict playback in various ways. Some ways they do this could be the following:
Disabling audio on mobile devices
Disabling audio on any viewing platform
Disabling playback on mobile devices
Placing ads on the video
Blocking playback of video with a ...
I was just trying to find out why when I update my status via SMS it was shared with 'Only Me' and have just found out why:
Privacy Settings -> Apps -> Old versions of Facebook for mobile
This was set to 'Only Me' but I've now changed it to 'Friends' and tested by setting a new status.