identity01 — 2011-11-13T16:13:05-05:00 — #1
I'm the processing of redesigning a website that uses hover effect on a button (like button images changes when you put your mouse over it and when you click it, it goes to a different page).
Now that works fine if you're on a a desktop/laptop computer. But on a tablet, the hover/onmouseover effect does not work. On a tablet, when clicking the button image, it changes briefly and then immediately goes to a new page.
What are methods and techniques where a website can detect if a visitor comes from a tablet or not? Then would it be possible to switch to a tablet CS
ralphm — 2011-11-13T18:34:08-05:00 — #2
Probably a better approach i to make sure your top level links are actual links that allow people to navigate your site without the dropdown. A site that can only be navigated via dropdown links may not be properly navigable on a touch screen, so far as I know.
system — 2011-11-15T23:48:58-05:00 — #3
The second option is to make the web app compatible for iPad.
system — 2011-11-19T01:44:32-05:00 — #4
Well you certainly could use a different stylesheet for tablets, typically by using media queries. However, I'm not sure I follow what you want to happen to the hover effect on a tablet. There's not much point in a hover because..well, people just don't hover on a tablet.