That depends on the device and version. The most common, particularly for less new devices is the Android Browser. Like Chrome, it is based on Webkit and identifies itself as:
Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android x.x; Build/xx)
AppleWebKit/530.17 (KHTML like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari 530/17
Most recent - at least those from Google - devices use Chrome for ...
MP3 is the most popular format and it's supported by most of phones, including Android, Windows Phone, Symbian...
iPhone apparently uses another format, M4R, as I understand it's just a regular iTunes AAC with a different extension.
It's very easy to convert an MP3 to iPhone ringtone. see this
What to do
You can either add two ...
Androids use the Android Browser as well as a few others that they can download. You can test your website on using an Android VM on your local machine. While for iPhone, iPad testing I recommend you get yourself these devices as there is no VM's available for these devices and the online emulators are not the real deal.
In short, yes there is. It's big business for a lot of agencies but the basis of it is quite simple. It's a bit like SEO was a few years back - heavy focus on keyword optimisation with a small focus on design.
There's an article on Moz that covers it in a bit more depth that should help you out quite a lot:
What is CAA?
Imagine a world with 2 CAs G (good) and B(bad).
It would be nice to explicitly say that you only want G to issue certificates for your domain, in a standard way, so that even if someone breaches the outer layers of B, the issuance should be blocked, as the systems that accept the internal request would stop the issuance.
Real world example
I hope I edited your question correctly. As I understand you want to connect to the server on your local computer from your mobile.
First you'll need to open the correct port on your PC and router. Then make sure WampServer is listening on that port and is not bound to an IP. For example instead of:
You should have:
Report, which you'd like to use Acquisition -> Sources -> Google Play, uses UTMs for tracking referrals.
You've got hint from GA (mouseover on question mark next to "(direct) / none") that this source contains also referrals, because you don't tag links.
You couldn't look in your historical data, but if you add UTMs, you will track a future data.
Based upon my conversations with two Google ad reps (who didn't even know the Universal App Campaign ad units existed), I don't have much confidence that those folks can offer any insights.
I started a campaign about a week ago and it is S-L-O-W to ramp up! My bid is $2, my budget is $80/day and so far the campaign has spent only $47 in 7 days.
I was having the exact same issue. I called AdWords support and was informed by the representative that this is a result of a bid strategy that is too low.
He shared that the minimum is $1.00 (yet I find that hard to believe)
Create a 158 x 158 image to be used as an icon.
Save your creation as a .png file to a location on your server.
Note down the path e.g https://example.com/images/apple-touch-icon.png.
Now you just need to add a simple little line of code to the index.php of your site to let phones know that you want it to use your icon whenever someone bookmarks your site or ...
You'll have to look in two separate locations within Google Analytics, as mobile device reports and operating system reports are in different places.
To get to the operating system reports, open Google Analytics and naviagate to Audience > Technology > Browser & OS in the left navigation menu.
Then, set the Primary Dimension as Operating System.
Sadly, this is not possible in the browser-based GA interface. The closest you can get is to make a custom report with Users as metric and Day of Week followed by Hour as dimension drilldowns. But this will only get you data, not the heatmap.
In order to get heatmap, you need to export data into something else. This article has a tutorial on how to do it ...
Ok problem is in certificate. I used ssl checker and got error so now I know what to do
The certificate is not trusted in all web browsers. You may need to install an Intermediate/chain certificate to link it to a trusted root certificate. Learn more about this error. You can fix this by following Comodo's Certificate Installation Instructions for your ...
The same events can be sent from multiple places. Just because the "complaint_region" and "send_mail" events are sent together when this button is pressed, it doesn't mean that that is the case everywhere in the application.
If you are trying to count the number of users that press the button, you should look in the "unique events" column. 68 users ...
I can't seem to find anything either about this, but the one thing I can assume is that because the mobile screen is much smaller that the scroll speed is probably faster, e.g. if you do a big long swipe on the mobile vs a swipe on the desktop it wouldn't scroll as fast because there is less data to scroll.
If you're coding with PHP, you could use $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'] for checking the UserAgent header, which is sent almost by any major mobile device to PHP script. Then just compare the value of this header with substr fuction to whatever it needs to have inside.
For example, Apple devices will always have 'iphone' or 'ipad' sub-strings; Android devices ...