@@ -47,12 +47,6 @@ There is a difference between is_mobile_view? and is_mobile_request?. You may ha
-== Mobile View Path
-Mobylette will look your mobile templates first at app/mobile_views. This default behavior may be disabled by passing the :ignore_mobile_view_path => true option. Or it can be ignored, it will look there first, but at app/view after that. This is just an extra organization option you may use if you prefer.
By default, when the mobile format is not found, mobylette will fall back to the request original format. For example, if a cell phone makes a request by html, and there is no mobile view, it will render the html. You may force it always to fall back to a especific format, by passing the :fall_back parameter to the respond_to_mobile_requests method: