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  1. mock19's Avatar
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    Not sure if anyone else has this issue, but m.nfl.com barely functions on WP7. I have the HTC Arrive, I was hoping mango/IE9 fixed this but no luck. The picture at top of m.nfl.com screen never loads and leaves a large blank space, and the "more news" buttons don't work past page 1.

    Any ideas?
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    try nfl.com ?
  3. win_splash's Avatar
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    Quite a few mobile sites don't recognize IE9 yet or have not been updated for IE9. Bing's mobile site is one of them, m.bing.com on IE9 looks nothing like it looks in iPhone or Android. Its a shame, I thought Bing would have updated their mobile site for WP by the time Mango was released. Google on the other hand has updated mobile Youtube and mobile Google for IE9.
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    This is a serious issue. I was hoping this would be OK since we don't have apps yet.

    So the websites are responsible to test it out in IE9? m.nfl.com works perfect on my Palm Pre, yahoo too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mock19 View Post
    Not sure if anyone else has this issue, but m.nfl.com barely functions on WP7. I have the HTC Arrive, I was hoping mango/IE9 fixed this but no luck. The picture at top of m.nfl.com screen never loads and leaves a large blank space, and the "more news" buttons don't work past page 1.

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    use m.nfl.com on your desktop browser. the 'more news' doesn't work past page 1 there, either. and on IE8, the top picture never displays.
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    On my focus m.nfl.com got better with IE9 but it's still limited.I can't go to the fantasy page and manage my team but at least now i can see news, stats, scores, etc. On the brightside the desktop version of nfl.com works great for me. But still we should be able to have full access to the mobile site. Somebody needs to get on that. QUICK.
    Last edited by d03jke; 10-02-2011 at 10:28 PM. Reason: I got confused about wat top image ya'll where talkin bout. then i saw the site on another phone....I saw the top image.
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    Hey I sent a suggestion to the mobile site and I figured if you guys care to follow up on making the mobile nfl site more accessible it might strike a cause to accommodate us. Here the url: Feedback | NFL.com. Can't hurt, right?

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