I tried asking this question on Stack overflow, but it was immediately rejected:

I'm trying to redevelop a mobile website written in classic ASP so we can integrate it into a mobile app, but still keep it functional on the web. The app has its own menu, and displays the mobile site in a nested browser, so it's redundant to leave the menu on the mobile site.

Basically we want the site to show in the app without the menu, and use the app's menu instead, but still be functional in a browser.

I need help just finding an angle to approach this problem, discover what my options are, but I'm not sure how to ask the question without it sounding subjective.

  • Rejected in what sense exactly? – Shadow Wizard Wearing Mask V2 Jul 24 '14 at 18:47
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    @MrLore but I can't find such questions or see them listed in users profile. Also, if he means rejected by the quality filter it means it wasn't yet posted. – Shadow Wizard Wearing Mask V2 Jul 24 '14 at 18:55
  • In my original question I asked about an alternative to frames applied to my circumstance, but my question was swiftly marked as a duplicate. I tried to rephrase the question, but finally just ended up deleting it, that's when I started to search for a better place to ask it. – ShemSeger Jul 24 '14 at 18:59

That question is too broad for StackOverflow, as there is no "specific programming problem".

I see you've also posted it on Programmers, where it does seem to be on-topic as it's about software architecture and design.

  • Yes, I just got a response on Programmers and it does look like I finally managed to ask the right question in the right place. – ShemSeger Jul 24 '14 at 18:57

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