I am developing a Phonegap & jQuery Mobile Web App for Windows Phone.
Cause the multipages don't work on Windowsphone I created an html file for every page. In my App the user chooses a language on the first page. On the next pages the language should be persistant the one the user choosed at the first page therefore I need to give a Parameter to every loaded page.
How can I do this?
- The window local storage is not available.
- I can not submit a parameter in the url (e.g. local.stored.file.html?variable="value") cause the wp causes an error.
- I would like to not create a file via phonegap to save the data I need there and reload it on every page.
Are there any workarounds to submit parameters to the next page on windows phone?
you can see just a few big bars with different grey shades. So there is no linear gradient. Also you are able to see some green and some violet bars.
- Screenshot in the Attachments! -
I also tried to instead insert a background image which shows a color gradient but this also looks as described above (we have also tried to maximize the color-depth of the picture but this also did not change the result).
Is it possible that the device is not able to display enough colors for a linear gradient?
Is there another possibility for creating a linear gradient?
I am developing an Application (with jquery mobile and phonegap) that fits exactly the screens size so there is no content above and no content below the screen. But nevertheless its possible to scroll the whole page up and down - after scrolling the page goes back to normal view.
I dont want the app to be scrollable! How can I turn this behavior off?
I am creating a Windows Phone Web Application. I want to have a fixed footer and a fixed header but for some the header and footer is not fading out before scrolling and fading in after scrolling, instead the header and the footer persist when scrolling but on an absolute position, so when I scroll down the footer is right in the center of my screen.
After scrolling the header and the footer suddenly dissappear and after about half a second they return again on the top and bottom - not really at the bottom, see my other post - of the screen.
This issue also appears when opening jQuery Mobile toolbar example page in the browser.
This really looks horrible. Is there a way to really fix the header and footer at the top and bottom of the screen?
Or is there a way to let them fade out before scrolling?
I am developing an Application for Windows Phone with jQuery Mobile.
I want to have a navigation Toolbar which is everytime visible at the bottom of the view so I thought I use a fixed footer, but when testing there is always in Portrait mode a gap between the fixed Toolbar and the view end so I can see a part of my page underneath the fixed footer.