MoFuse,build your mobile site

Hardware-My-PDA-04-48x48If you use a wap browser and than just search anything through Google, you will be able to view a generated mobile version instantly.Today,mobile website/blog/rss is very popular.

MoFuse is a new service that many publishers today have a need for. MoFuse stands for “Mobile Fusion” and it enables you to create a mobile version of your website. It’s similar to Winksite, a mobile conversion and community service that counts BoingBoing among its customers. However MoFuse is simpler, in that it doesn’t offer community features.

At the begin of 2008,MoFuse had completed the update,we can take advantage from the new features.Here’s the full list of new features now available(below contents are part of the mail from MoFuse team):

Automatic Image Resizing
You probably already know about this feature, we were really excited topleftabout getting it released so we sent everyone an email letting them know it was here! If you have any images in your RSS feed or on your static pages that is greater than 150 pixels wide, MoFuse will automatically resize the image and make it smaller to be better viewed on a mobile screen!
Note: You can turn this feature off under the Settings tab on your mobile site dashboard

Mobile Site Homepage
Now all MoFuse users can edit their mobile site homepage and add text. MoFuse professional users can add images, text-styling and links to this page using our WYSIWYG page editor!

This can be used for a welcome message or you can just create a mobile site with just a homepage full of anything you want without making users click on a menu link! You can also set this to be displayed on every page if you wish.

Outbound Links
Before you could only add 2 things to your mobile site menu, a static page and an RSS feed. Now you can add any link to anywhere on the web!

Don’t worry if the site you’re linking to isn’t mobile-friendly – we’ve partnered with Mowser, a mobile transcoding company, to ensure that every link on every MoFuse mobile site is now mobile-friendly (more to come on this partnership later). So go ahead – link away! The entire web is now mobile-friendly and you can link to it all!

QR Codes
We’ve had a QR Code generator for a while now located at http://qrcode.mofuse.com/ but it was never actually integrated with MoFuse mobile sites, until now. Now every MoFuse mobile site is automatically given a QR Code that all of our users can access right from their mobile site dashboard!

Increased Branding – The SMS Widget (MoFuse Professional)
Professional users that make use of our SMS widget will notice that the MoFuse logo has been removed from the popup box and has been replaced with your mobile site’s logo! Now your users really won’t even know you’re using a third-party for your mobile site!

Full branding from start to finish for MoFuse Professional accounts!

Live Support
We’ve added a button to our Help and Support page for Live Support chat. If you got an urgent question, check our Help and Support page and see if a member of our support team is online and available to help you instantly!

Bug Fixes
Over the past month we’ve also been hard at work fixing some bugs, mostly IE bugs. 2 of the biggest have been fixed:

  • IE7 and IE6 was crashing on the design your mobile site page
  • IE7 and IE6 would not work with the SMS widget

It’s been an exciting 2008 for us so far! We’ve surpassed the 3,000 user mark just two and a half months after releasing our public beta in November and now we’re on our way to 4,000 registered users!

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