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Articles Referred by Facebook App Getting Clipped? Go to Browser, Arlington Cardinal Directly, Save to Home Screen

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Cardinal News (Arlington Cardinal) is getting reports from Android users that when they access a referred link to Arlington Cardinal from the Facebook app, the end of the article is cut off. The problem does not seem to be affecting Apple iPhone users.

Some apps, such as the Facebook app, have the capability to go to a browser within the app. These apps don’t always function properly as the browser accessed within the app is sometimes dysfunctional. Over the years there have been other apps that don’t properly render websites with their intra-browser app connection.

To enjoy the full benefits of, it is recommended that Android and Apple users go to your browsers first (Chrome and Safari). It is also recommended that you save to your home screen so you are not negatively affected by the Facebook app experience.

If you save to your home screen, you can conveniently check anytime, and you can directly access when you find you are obstructed by the Facebook app.

Saving Arlington Cardinal Shortcut to Your Home Screen on Android

Launch Google Chrome browser app. Just tap on the Google Chrome icon on your home screen or app drawer.

Go to the website you want to save ( by entering the website in the search/text bar and pressing “Enter.”

Tap on the Menu button. …

Tap “Add to Home Screen.” will now be conveniently available on your home screen.

Saving Arlington Cardinal Shortcut to Your Home Screen on Apple iPhone or iPad

Launch Safari browser app. Just tap on the Safari icon on your home screen or app “dock” launch bar at the bottom of the screen.

Go to the website you want to save ( by entering the website in the search/text bar and pressing “Enter.”

Tap on the Save/Share … icon in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen. The toolbar appears when you are in Safari, and the Save icon is a rectangle with an “up” arrow at the center of the toolbar at the bottom of the screen. After you tap on the Save/Share icon, you will see rows of icons, and the bottom row displays: Add to Favorites, Add Bookmark, Add to Reading List, and Add to Home Screen.

Tap “Add to Home Screen.” You will be given the opportunity to name the icon that will be placed on your home screen.

Name the icon and touch “Add” in the upper right corner of your iPhone screen. Your desired page will now be conveniently available on your home screen. Keep in mind that the icon will appear where there is space available on one of the multiple home screens.

Also, you can save any internal Arlington Cardinal page to your Home Screen. For example …

When you access directly from the Chrome app or Safari app on your mobile device, you are more likely to enjoy the full features available from

Facebook has a confusing set of instructions for web developers, and as a user over the years, you have probably noticed how Facebook changes layouts and methods that have negatively affected your user experience with Facebook. For example, Facebook sometimes moves the location of their page elements (buttons, etc.) without alerting users about changes. Also, at one point a few years ago, they had a search box that could search within a Facebook page. That search box mysteriously disappeared with no announcement. Facebook doesn’t provide any links to an official blog, which could help users by explaining the addition or deletion of Facebook features, or other changes.

The Facebook app is also known to be a major drain on batteries on mobile devices.

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