Tips & Tricks
No need to scroll through the homepage -- to jump to a particular section, simply use the links at the top. If you see a number next to a link, you can also press that key on the keypad to jump straight to it.
The power of zero:
On any page, you can go back to the ESPN homepage by either clicking the ESPN Home link in the footer or, on phones with numeric keypads, pressing the 0 key.
The power of nine:
On any page, you can go back to the top of the page by using the Back to Top link in the footer or, on phones with numeric keypads, pressing the 9 key.
Interested in a specific sport?
You can go straight to in-depth coverage of all major sports by clicking the Sports shortcut on the homepage. Choose your sport to view top news, analysis, scores, stats, and team clubhouses.
Interested in a specific team?
Make it a Favorite! Navigate to the clubhouse for the team of your choice, and click the Add to Favorite link. Now that team’s logo and a link to their clubhouse will appear right under the top story on the ESPN homepage.
More than just top stories:
ESPN Mobile Web has the broadest and deepest sports content you’ll ever find on a phone. The stories we show you on the homepage are chosen by our editors, but you can click More News, News by Sport, Analysis by Sport, or Analysis by Writer to see everything we have to offer.
More than just scores:
You can view scores either by sport or all in one view; just use the All Scores link on the homepage or click an individual scoreboard. From there, you can drill down into previews, recaps, in-game views, team clubhouses, player cards and more.
What's Hot section:
The What's Hot section of the ESPN Mobile Web provides users with focused, in-depth coverage of all major sporting events. Whenever a major event is occurring, check out What's Hot to get the best coverage available anywhere. We also feature ESPN SportsNation Polls, ESPN Fantasy Minigames and other interactive content in What's Hot. Check it out and please give us feedback about what you’d like to see in the What's Hot section.
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