Developers usually create site-optimized versions for mobile devices that automatically appear when they switch to a resource from an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. But there are a huge number of reasons why the full version is much better. In this article, we’ll show you how to open the full version in the Safari browser.
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The mobile version of the site may not display all information or display it incorrectly. Not all resources are convenient to read in the mobile version, and there are still a whole bunch of reasons why you want to see content as well as on a computer.
Viewing the desktop (full) version is not available on all sites.
Opening the full version of the site in a standard Safari browser is quite simple, but far from obvious. To do this, launch Safari, open the page of interest, and then click “Aa” in the left corner of the search bar.
In the menu that appears, select Desktop Website Request.
If supported, the page will refresh and the full version of the resource will be displayed.
If you want to always open a specific site in the desktop version, then in the pop-up menu, click Website Settings and set the switch Desktop Website Request in position Included.
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How to automatically open all sites in full-size (desktop) version?
1. Open the application Settings and go to the section Safari.
2. Select Desktop Website Request.
3. Set the switch Other websites in position Included.
After performing the above steps, when loading all sites, the desktop version will be requested first.