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mobile default and google Stjwy 1/13/13 12:19 PM
I've read the FAQs and searched the help center. 
 I notice from my smartphone when I click on my website address found in google's organic search result, it goes to my mobile domain.  I have my website set up so mobile devices do not go directly to my mobile domain so I know it's not defaulting due to my site admin.  Does google decide what domain to send a mobile device automatically? I would rather a customer go to my standard site for a first impression, then have the option to shop mobile from there.

Re: mobile default and google Brian Ussery 1/13/13 12:38 PM
stjwy,

What is your mobile site?

-Brian
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/13/13 12:40 PM
It is:
http://strandedtreasures.com/m/

Thank you for the quick reply!
Re: mobile default and google pierrefar 1/14/13 2:54 AM
Hello Stjwy,

The last time Googlebot-Mobile for Smartphones crawled your site's homepage at http://strandedtreasures.com/ , the server returned a 302 redirect to http://strandedtreasures.com/m/ . In our search results for smartphone users, we sometimes help users access your site faster by giving them the destination of such redirects as the search results. This feature, called Skip Redirect, can save users about 1 second when they're on a mobile network. You can learn more at:


Google's recommendations for building smartphone-optimized websites are here:


Hope this helps,
Pierre


Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 5:59 AM
Thanks so much for the information and clarifying!  Much appreciate!
Re: mobile default and google pierrefar 1/14/13 6:25 AM
Hi Stjwy,

I also noticed that near the very bottom of your homepage are links for selling viagra along with links to other sites. This is usually a sign that your website has been compromised (hacked) and you would need to look into what happened, clean it up, and ensure the security hole that enabled this is closed. 

This Help Center has more details:


Pierre
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 6:43 AM
Hi, I'm confused.  I don't see the links and I went into my webmaster account and there are no warning or critical messages and there are also no search queries for spam sites.  I will contact my web hosting co but I can't find anything anywhere showing it's been compromised..
Re: mobile default and google pierrefar 1/14/13 6:52 AM
Hi Stjwy,

I see them in my browser at the very bottom of this page: http://strandedtreasures.com/ .

Pierre
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 6:59 AM
I don't show anything at the bottom of it.  I will have my web hosting co look into it.
Re: mobile default and google Robbo 1/14/13 7:13 AM


Hi Stjwy

You can contact your web hosting co if you want, but you might want to take a look at it yourself first:

<a href="http:// viagra online no prescription djx. com">viagra online without prescription</a> 


(I've inserted the spaces.)


Robbo
Re: mobile default and google Robbo 1/14/13 7:21 AM
If you don't see it in your usual browser view, use web-sniffer.net or Rex Swain http viewer.


It begins just after the </body> end tag.
</body><br><br>


As well as the viagra stuff, there are some other "surprising" links there with it that you may want to review.


Robbo
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 7:38 AM
Found it.  I don't even know where to begin to fix this.  I'm not tech savvy with spammy malware issues and everything google lists to do is overwhelming. I sent a critical message to my hosting co to see what they can do. thanks for the heads up.  This sucks!
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 7:42 AM
is there any way i can just remove that code after the </body> ?  
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 8:21 AM
I got it removed and new passwords. Thanks!
Re: mobile default and google Stjwy 1/14/13 8:21 AM
I got the file removed and new passwords.  Thank you for your help!