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Now, on some mobile navigators (Safari iPhone, Safari iPad…), when the person goes to the normal site http://fr.wikipedia.org, the normal site automagically and silently gives a change of site, the navigator automagically and silently obeys this change of site, and the person lands on the mobile site http://fr.m.wikipedia.org. This gives some regressions. Here is one of these regressions.

There is a bug.

Safari Mac.

  1. I go to http://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attentat_de_l%27église_de_Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray

Expected result:

In the page, there are ways to edit the page and to edit each section.

Observed result:

In the page, there is no way to edit the page, there is no way to edit a section.

It would be nice to correct this bug.

Thank you.

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Nnemo created this task.Aug 20 2016, 3:10 PM
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Nnemo awarded a token.Aug 20 2016, 3:14 PM

I can edit the page just fine.

Can you take a screenshot of what you're seeing?

Nnemo updated the task description. (Show Details)Aug 20 2016, 4:22 PM

Is JavaScript disabled?

Nnemo added a comment.Aug 20 2016, 4:27 PM

I have edited the description of this task.

Now, on some mobile navigators (Safari iPhone, Safari iPad…), when the person goes to the normal site http://fr.wikipedia.org, the normal site automagically and silently gives a change of site, the navigator automagically and silently obeys this change of site, and the person lands on the mobile site http://fr.m.wikipedia.org. This gives some regressions. Here this bug gives one of these regressions.

Nnemo added a comment.Aug 20 2016, 4:36 PM

I can edit the page just fine.

Thank you.

I suggest that you try with Safari on Mac. You may also try with Chromium.

I encounter the bug with Safari 7.0.6 on Mac OS X Mavericks.

Now, on some mobile navigators (Safari iPhone, Safari iPad…), when the person goes to the normal site http://fr.wikipedia.org, the normal site automagically and silently gives a change of site, the navigator automagically and silently obeys this change of site, and the person lands on the mobile site http://fr.m.wikipedia.org. This gives some regressions. Here this bug gives one of these regressions.

That's normal and it's been this way for years. You can use the "Desktop" link at the bottom of the page ("Bureau" in French) to switch to the desktop version, if you want.