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Device application object: Device class attribute
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April 12, 2013
Site content can display differently for a smartphone, desktop, or other device by using the Device application object in rules. You do not have to restrict your content to fit across all devices. Use this object to enable your site to recognize the device that accesses your site and to target content that best displays for that device.
Defining your device classes
When you target content to a segment based on device classes, ensure that the device classes are installed and enabled in portal.
Example: Creating a segment by device class
Learn more about the Device application object through an example. In this example, you are creating two segments by using a profiler rule: Smartphone User and Tablet User. Each segment views content through different devices.
Device application object
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