Really thanks for your answer.
I'm reading it and I'll try. Your link is really interesting. But, on my opinion, it's really awful to make changes on a web site just to make them work only for Apple devices!!!
After adding a text box named "device", you can test this code:
var metaTag1 = '<meta content="minimum-scale=1, width=device-width, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no" name="viewport" />';
var metaTag2 = '<meta content="yes" name="apple-mobile-web-app-capable" />';
var deviceName = "Not an iPhone. Not an iPad";
deviceName = "iPhone";
deviceName = "iPad";
Note: you can test apple devices using developers tools (Chrome, Safari, IE 10...)
Sorry, what do you mean?
1) To add an "empty" text box (I don't need other text) in first frame
2) to name it "device"
3) add your code in composition ready?
I understood right?
Anyway, reading the article you posted, my web is set to 900 pixel, if I make it 980 pixel iphone will not scale the page rotating the device? Just to know for the future ...
you seemed to be runing some jscript which may not be supported by the browsers on iPhone
Well, i know that you "don't need other text". I wrote: "you can TEST". To test = to try. To can is not to have to.
To try => to learn. You can try: maximum-scale=2 or user-scalable=yes...
Post #3 is how to apply [or to test] this page: http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#documentation/AppleApplication s/Reference/SafariWebContent/UsingtheViewport/UsingtheViewport.html
Therefore: Post #3 is not a standard. Standards are here.
I gave you tools to get out of your mystery.
I had a bad idea.