Create a mobile site link does not appear on Mozilla, Firefox, or IE?

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I'm trying to create a mobile site but the "create mobile" link does not appear on any of my web browsers.
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Hello,

A mobile site requires a DNS redirect to work, so the site must have a domain to see the mobile site icon. Go to websites manager and select a site with a domain and you will see it.
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so basically my 500 page website that i've spent years to use without a domain with a .homestead.com domain is useless. I may be homeless next time we speak lol
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You could add a domain name, but that would be the only way to enable a mobile site.
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a new domain name wouldn't show up in google. its my subdomains from homestead.com that are indexed
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Hello,

A new domain name can show up in Google if you sign up for Google Webmaster Tools and advise Google of your updated website domain.

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