I recently developed a website that fetches mixed http/https content. Due to this, I always get the address bar displayed on top (It doesn't auto-hide like in other websites). Here's what I'm talking about:
This is the link to the website.
The content is fetched from various sources, hence filtering non-https content is not possible. And since the website is meant for reading, a non-full-screen display is painful for the reader. So, is there a way to force the auto-hide behavior?
PS: The website uses Twitter Bootstrap, if it helps.
PPS: I don't want to use the full-screen API, it'll be too heavy for this.
Check this has everything you need
The Chrome team has recently implemented a feature that tells the browser to launch the page fullscreen when the user has added it to the home screen. It is similar to the iOS Safari model.
<meta name="mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes">
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