Monthly Archives: July 2011

Mobile Home

What is the average mobile home park rent rate in California?

My husband and I are interested in buying a mobile home in southern California. If we were to pay for the mobile home in full, how much could we be expecting to pay monthly for "Park-Rent"?
Is it possible to buy a mobile home where we don’t have to pay for lot rent?

I don’t think you’d be able to find a a mobile home in which you don’t have to pay rent for, unless you purchase a lot and use it for that purpose. My parents live in a mobile home currently, and they pay about $300-400 monthly for their "space", including sewer, trash, water, & gas. Hope that helped! Good luck on your purchase icon smile What is the average mobile home park rent rate in California?

Mobile Business

How can I make a mobile website detected apart from the full website?

I searched for an answer and I didn’t find anything straightforward. What I want is a full website and a phone-sized layout, not a watered down version of the full website. I found that there is some javascript that can do this but it doesn’t work on everything and something else that tells the server to send the mobile site but they weren’t telling much about it. Does anyone know how I can get this to work?

In order for your site to "detect" if the user is landing on your page via a mobile browser, you need to check the HTTP headers which contains a certain header called useragent, which tells you what type of browser the user is using as well as some extended info.

For example since I’m using Firefox 5 beta on Windows 7 (NT6), my user agent would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/5.0

If I was on an iPhone, it would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1A543a Safari/419.3

By programitcally reading this header, you’ll get an idea of the software they’re using and thus alter your site to accommodate.

Mobile Business

Mobile Phone Deal: Choose the Way you Talk

Zeroing in on a mobile phone deal was never easy but it would become so abstruse a matter was certainly beyond anyone’s expectation. The travesty of this fact is even more ironical. It is nothing but a problem of choice i.e., too many options available to consumers in the process of competition in the market to woo more and more of them. Selecting a mobile phone deal is a heady mixture of just too many parameters, viz. a befitting mobile handset, feasible tariff plan and applicable network options. To say that they barely are ‘tip of the iceberg’ wouldn’t be an overstatement.

Don’t get me wrong as I am neither cynical towards fetching a mobile phone deal nor am I apprehensive of too many options. Caution is the undercurrent of this write-up as selection a proper mobile phone deal is nothing less than any of your decisions.

Before you make up your mind on a particular mobile phone deal, it is always suggested to be very clear of your priorities. Answering these questions would probably help your cause-

How often d you intend to use your phone?

What kind of services are you looking forward to?

What are the network options available in your area and to most of the people you would be calling?

Do you often need to go overseas for business/leisure purposes?

Based on your response to these queries, you may decide on pay as you go mobile phone, contract mobile phones or pay up front mobile phone deals. Every one of these options has their own pros and cons for which nobody else could be help responsible but your own choice. So, make sure that before you reach on a decision to nail down on a particular mobile phone deal, go through trivia of the website, transparency of offers and how good it is in providing you with an efficient and effective comparison chart of various manufacturers, networks and tariff plans.

Mobile-phone-deal-uk.co.uk seem to be one of those website which has taken the pains of providing consumers with a well-built comparison chart and they have listed a wide range of mobile handsets along with flexible mobile phone deals to justify your decision and make you feel prudent when you come home with a deal.

Adam Jaylin
http://www.articlesbase.com/cell-phones-articles/mobile-phone-deal-choose-the-way-you-talk-99972.html

Mobile Broadband

Bringing the Family Together Through Broadband

In the early days of computing, having a home computer was rather a rarity. Computers were often complex, often bulky and difficult to operate, and usually existed only in the homes of those who could afford such a luxury.

Nowadays, however, personal computers and laptops are more freely available – not to mention more affordable – and with a wide range of broadband deals available on the market, it has never been easier to get connected.

Indeed, a recent survey has shown that – rather than pushing people further apart – the growth and increased availability of broadband technology has helped to bring us closer together. The recent surge in popularity of services such as social networking sites and video conferencing has meant that it has become easier to keep in touch with our friends and family.

The survey helped to show that browsing the Internet had become a family activity – with over half of the parents who took part saying the browsed the web with their children, with around 58% of those surveyed likely to have more than two computers in their household.

And it’s not just broadband technology that has helped us keep in touch with our nearest and dearest. Mobile phones have become essential communication devices between family members, with around 42% of parents surveyed saying they contacted their children on their mobiles every day.

Indeed, many of those who were surveyed said that new technologies such as mobile phones and broadband had helped to bridge the gap between themselves and distant family members – making use of teleconferencing in order to keep in touch.Many of us are also making use of a broadband speed test in order to ensure that we’re getting the best possible connection speed.

Broadband technology, and the internet in general, has also had an effect on our television watching habits, with families now choosing to spend more time online rather than sat in front of the television.

David Collins

Mobile Business

How can I make a mobile website detected apart from the full website?

I searched for an answer and I didn’t find anything straightforward. What I want is a full website and a phone-sized layout, not a watered down version of the full website. I found that there is some javascript that can do this but it doesn’t work on everything and something else that tells the server to send the mobile site but they weren’t telling much about it. Does anyone know how I can get this to work?

In order for your site to "detect" if the user is landing on your page via a mobile browser, you need to check the HTTP headers which contains a certain header called useragent, which tells you what type of browser the user is using as well as some extended info.

For example since I’m using Firefox 5 beta on Windows 7 (NT6), my user agent would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/5.0

If I was on an iPhone, it would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1A543a Safari/419.3

By programitcally reading this header, you’ll get an idea of the software they’re using and thus alter your site to accommodate.

Mobile Broadband

How well does mobile broadband work for laptops?

Should I bother spending a fortune on Dell’s Mobile Broadband or just try to pick up Wi-Fi?

I’m on mobile broadband in the uk, it’s hugely dependant on how close you are to the station. Also is affected by atmospherics. If you don’t need to be mobile i’d leave it, it’s pretty unreliable.

Mobile Broadband

Does indexing a mobile website create a duplicate content issues?

0 Does indexing a mobile website create a duplicate content issues?More tips for helping Google to index your mobile site: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/11/help-google-index-your-mobile-site.html

Does indexing a mobile website create a duplicate content issues with the main site? Any recommendations for mobile seo? Biznick, Missouri

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Mobile Broadband

How to connect a 3G Mobile Broadband dongle to your Vodafone DSL modem

0 How to connect a 3G Mobile Broadband dongle to your Vodafone DSL modemThis tutorial shows how to connect a 3G mobile broadband dongle to your Vodafone DSL modem for back up, mobility or use as a portable hotspot.

In the event that your DSL broadband connection is temporarily unavailable, you can use your Vodafone Mobile Broadband dongle to connect to the Internet. By attaching the mobile dongle to the modem, then all of your computers and Internet devices can share the 3G broadband connection.

For additional tutorials please visit the Vodafone Ireland Help & Support forum.
http://forum.vodafone.ie/index.php?/forum/41-vodafone-at-home-help-guides/

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Mobile Business

How can I make a mobile website detected apart from the full website?

I searched for an answer and I didn’t find anything straightforward. What I want is a full website and a phone-sized layout, not a watered down version of the full website. I found that there is some javascript that can do this but it doesn’t work on everything and something else that tells the server to send the mobile site but they weren’t telling much about it. Does anyone know how I can get this to work?

In order for your site to "detect" if the user is landing on your page via a mobile browser, you need to check the HTTP headers which contains a certain header called useragent, which tells you what type of browser the user is using as well as some extended info.

For example since I’m using Firefox 5 beta on Windows 7 (NT6), my user agent would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/5.0

If I was on an iPhone, it would be:
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1A543a Safari/419.3

By programitcally reading this header, you’ll get an idea of the software they’re using and thus alter your site to accommodate.

Mobile Broadband

How do you top up 3 mobile broadband?

I am going to to buy the 3 usb mobile broadband stick for around 40 pounds, but I do not know how to top up. I can’t go into the store because there isn’t a store close to me – is there another way to top up? – Thanks.

You can top up your 3 mobile broadband at any paypoint location. You can also setup an account on 3 on which you can use a debit card. Once authorised you can use this.