Avoid mobile sites when you're on a non-mobile browser. If someone sends a mobile link like https://m.reddit.com/stuff, it will…
Avoid mobile sites when you're on a non-mobile browser. If someone sends a mobile link like https://m.reddit.com/stuff, it will redirect you to https://www.reddit.com/stuff, and avoid you the hassle of dealing with mobile sites. Uses the new WebExtensions browser extension API, so it's simple, fast, small, and compatible with multiple browsers. Sometimes mobile users post links, and those links are to mobile versions of sites. Since a lot of sites won't automatically redirect you back to the main site, this add-on does it for you, saving you the hassle.
- (2016-08-15) Craig Prosise: Does exactly what its suppose to do. HOWEVER, it causes some sites to go into a redirect loop if the url starts with an m. For example http://my.cigna.com The easiest work around would be to have the option to exclude a website from being redirected.