So the default installed detailed in the earlier post leaves you with a broken mobile install. When you visit the URL it auto redirects to a location with nothing there.

A quick dirty fix is to disable the redirect by editing index.php from this,

if (!$_REQUEST['mobile']) {
                if ($mobile->isTablet() && $pluginhost->get_plugin("digest")) {
                        header('Location: backend.php?op=digest');
                        exit;
                } else if ($mobile->isMobile()) {
                        header('Location: mobile/index.php');
                        exit;
                }
        }

to this, essentially just commenting out the redirection.

if (!$_REQUEST['mobile']) {
//                if ($mobile->isTablet() && $pluginhost->get_plugin("digest")) {
                        header('Location: backend.php?op=digest');
                        exit;
//                } else if ($mobile->isMobile()) {
//                        header('Location: mobile/index.php');
//                        exit;
//                }
        }

This works because we included digest in the options in the install.

The other options are to install one of the mobile theme options into the redirect location

mobile/

such as,

git clone https://github.com/j0nson/tt-rss_mobile.git

Then just move the files into the mobile folder and enable the API in preferences.

The best summary of UK election choices so far

Yesterday in the Guardian George Monbiot offered the best summary of the upcoming UK election so far.For me the highlight was this paragr...… Continue reading

Make sure your registered to vote

Published on April 23, 2017

Youtube Will Never Get Censorship Right

Published on March 21, 2017