Thanks Preran. I actually know how to create subdomain What I wonder is whether it is possible the same site to be uploaded as a desktop site to, for example, domain.com and the mobile site to be uploaded to subdomain like m.domain.com? Thanks again for looking into it.
It should be easy, if you create a new site with only mobile version, and upload to your subdomain. Or is it something else you want?
Thanks a lot Uwe. This simple solution didn't cross my mind Presume this will not be something great for SEO but at leat there is an option. Thanks again.
As I did websites in former times with Sitegrinder/Medialab (yes, also very little to no coding necessary), we had to deal with the same issue. At that time there was no responsiveness available (and still is not) for SG (now SGBLUE, btw). So we had to create a subfolder anyway for mobile versions. There was a little code to tell the devices:" if you come from mobile, I take you to another location (lets call it: www.domain.de/mobile)." So for SEO reasons not a bad thing.
But, now with Muse, if you have two or three different versions anyway and no responsive -, yet an adaptive website, your mobile version is already located in a subfolder called "phone". You can give it a try with -- www.schwimmbeihecht.de --.
Although he (the client) caused a little mismatch down the page, you can see, by choosing the same domain on your phone, that there is another folder for mobile devices and also for tablet devices. If you let Muse do the work, for your whole site everything would be fine.
Why, if I am allowed to ask, do you want to put in into a subfolder (let`s forget, that this is already done)?
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That is a very nice site Uwe. Few days ago I launched for a client my first responsive site with Muse and I am going back to adaptive design. It is so time consuming to get the things right in the responsive mode, so I give up.
As far as the subdomain goes, the big boys out there are still using it so I thought there may be a reason for that Probably it is easier to maintain it that way if the site gets updated constantly.
This was the site I mentioned with fixed break points though. Took me ages to make it pixel perfect. Karratha Glass Service - The Choice is Clear
Not too bad, I made the same experience, according to responsive versus adaptive design. Transmuted from mac_heibu, responsive is no kindergarden, it is tough work, in my case I cannot even try to watch the mobile versions with 320px o my MBP, I have to check on my phone to be sure. But maintanance may need a little longer, though I am not sure - if I have different content (the smaller the screen gets, the less content is usefull, if I have 9 pictures on desktop version I want to use only 8 or 6 pictures on mobile - text may get shorter, people don`t like reading anyway, but on mobile devices? - and so on. Maybe responsive is just good for onepagewebsites?