I'm downloading several websites to my cellphone but some of them redirect to a non-existant "@m=1.htm" page when loaded on a the Android mobile browser. What's the best way to fix this?
Can you please describe me where I can see such behavior - online URL of the page and which links cause this?
Here are two examples:
I tried to reproduce this, but everything worked well offline.
Can you please tell me the following?
1. Does this redirect also happens when you view downloaded web sites offline inside Offline Explorer?
2. How do you transfer sites to Android? Do you use export to some format?
3. What viewer do you use on Android?
Thanks Oleg for taking the time to respond. This seems to happen mainly with Wordpress sites. To reproduce the behavior just change the user agent on your test browser to a mobile OS. You will notice when pages load they will redirect to the same page with the parameter "?m=1". This parameter tells wordpress you are browsing from a mobile device. The problem is OE appends .htm to the URL like this "?m=1.htm" so when you browse offline that page doesn't really exist and the link is broken.
By the way, you product is by far the best out there for offline browsing! I've tried most and this one really excels, it's worth every penny. Keep it up. :)
Thank you very much for your kind words! I made code that disables this kind of script.
Do you use Offline Explorer Standard Edition or Professional Edition to provide you with the updated version?
Thanks Oleg, I use Offline Explorer Standard Edition. I love your product and the quick responses you get from the developers to make it even better. regards
OK. Good. Please update the OE.exe file to the following version:
Then redownload the site.
Thanks! Will the code be available on all upcoming updates from now on?
Yes, this is for sure!