Oh, my God!!
Thanks for your answers, but I only want any FREE
information about how the "n" (It doesn't matter the
rigth number) official sites are distributed in the
You say that they are showed in the menu, but I think
it is neccessary to use a search to find the service
the user wants. I think it is impossible to
show 'n' links via mobile. Am I wrong? Why? Can I get
a simulation of this menu in anywhere?
Please, can any of you help me?
> > > distributed in several categories
--- Marc Printz <Marc.Printz_at_724.com> escribió: >
> G F wrote:
> > aa aa wrote:
> > >
> > > I mean, It's about 2,000 official sites
> > > distributed in several categories; these 2,000
> > > official sites are in the principal menu, how is
> > > possible? I think it is impossible to
> > > show 2,000 links via mobile; so, does the system
> > > use any kind of search? what search?
> > (1) there are approx. 3000 official sites now -
> > about 50% more than the 2000 you mention.
> So what he mentions is actually about 33% less than
> what you mention...!
> > You can find a detailed description of this
> > together with screen shots and translations in our
> > imode-report, which you can download here:
> > http://www.gii.co.jp/english/ek9299_i_mode.html
> ...and the report intriguingly is about 33% $/site
> of what you mention and
> 50% $/site of what he mentions (per official site of
> Ok I stop now...just a destructive
> moment...gomenasai onegaishimasu...
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