I ran into a very very very strange JS issue that is reproducing only on Mobile Safari browser on iOS 6.  The issue is in a function that formats a given value to a price, by stripping down the number to 2 decimals and adds the currency in front of t...
I have a div with a javascript touchmove event listener that scrolls the image inside the div horizontally on iOS6 Mobile Safari.  I'd like allow vertical scrolling of the page to bubble up to the browser but when this occurs, jQuery.animate no l...
So that mapping links open the maps app like they used to, I want to present a different link depending on whether a user is on iOS 6 or other (iOS 4, 5, Android, whatever).   Something like: -- if on iOS 6.0 or higher, show http://maps.apple.com?q=&...
Here and there on the web are articles about Identifier for Advertisers (IFA), introduced on iOS6. How can it be accessed from WebApplication (i.e. from Javascript that runs in the mobile browser)?  Actually any well-working/well-formed way to track...
Usually, when I want to load an HTML string into a webview using javascript, I use something like this...  NSString *htmlString = @"HTML String"; [webView stringByEvaluatingJavaScriptFromString:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"document.getEle...
In my application i used java script to get selected text.this will be work perfectly in simulator but ios6 device return null string.  var select = window.getSelection(); var selObj = select.toString()...
I am seeing problem happen only on iOS 6 but working fine on below iOS 6 version.   My app is loading image from a link which need to enlarge its image pixels to populate within size of UIWebView by using Javascript. The link image is originally in p...
I have some pretty basic GeoLocation code in a browser app, which must report accurate GPS values for both Latitude/Longitude and the TimeStamp.  This has been working in Android devices and with iPhone up to iOS 5.1.1.  Now one of our uses has upgra...
We have a responsive web site http://www.thinglink.com that is supposed to look just fine whatever the web browser with is. For iOS devices we use viewport metas:  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"...
I am trying to hide the address bar for a webpage. On Iphone 4 and lower it works using   window.scrollTo(0,1);  and meta tags . But for IOS 6, these do not seem to work. I have checked other similar questions in stackoverflow, but could not find a s...

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