Jaclyn, In the upper right corner of the page there is a download button and text under the button that reads: **Or visit Firefox.com/m on your browser** The link doesn't take the user to the /m experience, but rather to the download page (if they're a desktop user) - so it's a bit of a confusing experience. Can you make a recommendation on how you might want us to make a quick fix?
I recommend linking it to "firefox.com/m" and changing the copy to "Or visit Firefox.com/m on your MOBILE browser"
(In reply to Jaclyn Fu from comment #1) > I recommend linking it to "firefox.com/m" and changing the copy to "Or visit > Firefox.com/m on your MOBILE browser" Jaclyn, thanks! I think you mean to use the .org in the URL, but we can definitely update the copy.
Adding James - seems to be a bit more of a technical bug in here too. James, Can you go to http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/features/ and you'll see that there's a link in the upper right corner of the page to firefox.com/m When a user clicks that link she lands on http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/ A few observations: */firefox drops from the URL (should it be in there?) *if I go to http://mozilla.org/firefox/m I get the 404 page Is there something strange happening with the redirect for the mobile site, at least for a user trying to access it on desktop? Thanks! CB
Assignee: nobody → jlong
also applies to the copy/link under the Android button on http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/
Ping James, any thoughts?
(In reply to mcbmoz from comment #3) > Can you go to http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/features/ and you'll see > that there's a link in the upper right corner of the page to firefox.com/m > > When a user clicks that link she lands on > http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/ If you do the same on a mobile device, you do end up on the /m download page, so I think this experience works well. You end up on the desktop-oriented page when using a desktop browser, and the mobile-oriented page when in a mobile-browser. I do agree with Jaclyn's wording change suggestion though. However, I did a bit of SVN/Bugzilla archeology we did used to say "on your phone’s browser". Chrissie, you had us change it to "on your browser" in Bug 662828. > A few observations: > */firefox drops from the URL (should it be in there?) > *if I go to http://mozilla.org/firefox/m I get the 404 page We seem to have carried over mozilla.com/m to mozilla.org/m, rather than mozilla.org/firefox/m, presumably in the same of being nice to tired mobile thumbs.
Sorry I wasn't looking at this bug yet. (In reply to Steven Garrity from comment #6) > > We seem to have carried over mozilla.com/m to mozilla.org/m, rather than > mozilla.org/firefox/m, presumably in the same of being nice to tired mobile > thumbs. Yes, we didn't change any of the URLs. It is a straight m.com/<path> -> m.org/<path> translation. The only difference is that /firefox is the main landing page now. The mobile sites have always been just /m and /mobile. There's never been a /firefox/ in the url. The link shouldn't take you to a mobile version of the page on the desktop browser. So if the copy change helps, I agree with that. Otherwise, it's just a helpful link that only targets phone users.
Ok, let's change: > Or visit Firefox.com/m on your browser to: > Or visit Firefox.com/m on your mobile browser Pascal, how should we handle that for locales? (includes/l10n/mobile-download.inc.php)
I can't find any place in the localized files which have the same text. Pascal, can you confirm?
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Whiteboard: r=96231 b=trunk
pushed to production r96260 Pascal, if there's anything we need to do for l10n let us know.
verified fixed http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/mobile/features/
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: www.mozilla.org/firefox → www.mozilla.org
Product: Websites → Websites
Component: www.mozilla.org → General
Product: Websites → www.mozilla.org
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