How do I upload images of my paintings using my iPad?-
When using my phone to view my site, the images are not configured correctly. How do I fix this?-
I cannot edit text using my iPad or Iphone.-
Q: How do I upload images of my paintings using my iPad?
How do I upload images of my paintings using my iPad?
A: ipads do not support 'in browser' uploads. It is a limitation of the iPad.
You can run the FASO App and upload your images.
Contact the App Store to obtain the free FASO app:
For more info, please see:
Q: When using my phone to view my site, the images are not configured correctly. How do I fix this?
How do I fix the sideways images that I see on my site from my mobile phone?
A: Just like you have no control over how your website appears on all monitors and in all browser's, you cannot control the view of your site and image orientation on all mobile devices.
Smartphones will flip the orientation of images to what THEY think will be a better viewing window
So... if they *think* your page, your image, can be seen better in landscape vs portrait, they'll flip it.
You will need to consult your Phone Provider's tech support to see if that feature can be turned off.
Q: I cannot edit text using my iPad or Iphone.
How can I edit my text in a text screen on my iPad or IPhone? I used to be able to do this. What changed?
A: The issue with 'editing' your website is not a result of any updates to our software, but the limitations of editing on mobile devises and something that updated with iOS.
The Iphone, Ipad and other mobile browsers are stripped down and don't do rich text editing well. We do not know what the long-term solution is yet. It's a problem with all mobile devices for all applications.
WYSIWYGs are seriously lacking on Mobile Safari, across the board, due to a lack of features in the browser.
Mobile Safari's HTML 5 implementation doesn't support the content editable attribute, so the majority of the better WYSIWYG rich text editors (TinyMCE, FCKEditor, YUI's RTE) are disabled on the iPad and other iOS devices for now.