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CSS and Handheld Versions of Websites



image of pda screenGo over to webis.net and take a peek at the website. Then look at this image of the website viewed with my iPaq. Nothing terribly noticeable
or cool, you say? Wrong!

The cool thing? The designer separated the style from the content using
CSS, and also has allowed my PDA to view the website in a friendly
format, also using CSS (from pocketpcthoughts.com).

Web designers take note – you no longer have to create a separate page
or version of your website only for mobile users sporting handhelds.
Now you can use “”CSS to format your content in such a way that any
computing device can consume the content.” How cool is that?

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  • Anonymous

    This is definitely the way web design should be headed. Do you know of any sites that will adjust to a Palm too? (this one unfortunately doesn’t) I’d love to show my colleagues a demo of how this works in reality instead of just theory.

    Michelle

  • Anonymous

    This is definitely the way web design should be headed. Do you know of any sites that will adjust to a Palm too? (this one unfortunately doesn’t) I’d love to show my colleagues a demo of how this works in reality instead of just theory.

    Michelle