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Does Duda mobile automatically publish every single pages to mobile version or just the one I worked on? When I add a new page other than the one on the left navigation bar, it shows under MORE OPTIONS below the navigation menu. Is there any way to make new pages not appear on the navigation bar? How do I reverse it if I don't like how it looks?
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In the free version, you need to copy and paste the Redirect HTML in the head using your page editor>page settings>advanced settings>.
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Thanks. Which question are you referring to?
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Click on Pages in the editor, select the page you don't want to appear in the navigation menu and then click on the eye icon to its right. This keeps the page off the navigation, but still allows you to link to it if you want. To reverse you simply click the eye icon again and the page then appears in the navigation.
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Thanks Susan! Does Duda mobile automatically publish every single pages to mobile version once I click the publish or just the one I worked on?
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It will publish the entire site.
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Is there any way to work around this? I only want to convert few pages of my website to mobile version rather than the entire site.
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When you first set it up, it will convert the entire site, but you can turn off the pages in the mobile version by what Susan said.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Duda mobile.

Does Duda mobile automatically publish every single pages to mobile version or just the one I worked on? Is so, is there any way to work around this? I only want to convert few pages of my website to mobile version rather than the entire site.
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When you publish in DudaMobile, it will publish the entire mobile site and all changes. If you only want certain pages on the mobile site, you can hide the unwanted pages by following Susan's steps in the comment above.
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I don't want to just hide the page from navatigion menu. Since it will convert the entire site once I publish, if I remove the Redirect HTML in the head using the page editor>page settings>advanced settings> on the pages that I don't want to convert to mobile version, will they stay on desktop version?
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Your Homestead site will not be affected by adding Duda.
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Po-Sheng I am mobilizing a client site that is over 100 pages. I'm still learning this thing, but what I did was to take off the auto sync since I only wanted a few primary pages on the mobile. This means of course that any changes made on the desktop site will also have to be done on the mobile, but the sync made such a mess that I really don't want it to sync and mess up the pages I've redone.
To do that open the editor and click on the Gear in the upper right - click Site Settings and then untick the Auto Sync feature. Not sure this is the absolute answer, but it made sense to me!
Once you publish you then just add the redirect link to the pages you have mobilized - this doesn't affect any of the other pages.
You may have discovered this, but any links that are on the pages need to be changed to their actual location. The set up defaults to www.homepageofsite.com
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Thanks for your quick response, Susan. To make it clear, was it possible for you to only convert certain pages to mobile friendly version by only adding the redirect link to the pages you wanted to mobilize? Do I need to do anything on the pages that I want them to STAY AS desktop version? Also I was just told by Homestead tech support team that If I add the redirect code on home/index page, it will convert the entire site to mobile friendly version. Did you experience this? I just want to confirm before I try. Lastly, you mentioned that 'links that are on the pages need to be changed to their actual location. The set up defaults to www.homepageofsite.com' Could you explain what that means and how to do so? Thank you very much for your help!
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When you set up the DudaMobile account, it will ask for your website. They will then read all pages of your website and make a mobile version. If you do not want certain pages to be on the mobile site, then you can delete the page as shown in the image I posted below. 

The redirect code does not affect this process and is added later. The redirect code detects how the user is accessing your site and if they are using a mobile phone, will change the site to the mobile version
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Also, you can delete a page if it is in the navigation on DudaMobile by selecting the page and hitting the delete page.

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