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I would love to see a good tutorial on making sites that work with mobile devices. It seems currently that there are a lot of different environments that a mobile device can have.
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So would I. In my limited experience with mobile devices so far my rule of thumb has been "Make sure it works in Safari and Opera".
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joebert wrote:
So would I. In my limited experience with mobile devices so far my rule of thumb has been "Make sure it works in Safari and Opera".



Not anymore :P Welcome to the future of Mobile Web Browsing:

FireFox Mobile:
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/mobile/

Anyway, they came out with FireFox Mobile not long ago and there are some companies in the mobile processor industry that are about to bring a whole new level of processing power to our PDA/PPC/Droid Phones. Eventually there won't be much that you CAN'T do on one of these things. I own two HTC Touch Pro Pocket PCs from Sprint PCS and they are still awesome phones if you keep the right ROM in them :roll:
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I agree with you my suggestion is same.
digitalMedia wrote:
I would love to see a good tutorial on making sites that work with mobile devices. It seems currently that there are a lot of different environments that a mobile device can have.
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Write a tutorial on form mail. Something that many people have problems with.
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I have all ways had a issue with CSS menu's, i have sites that use 100's of pages and i need to rewrite the beta version of the site using css so i don't have to change everything using fine and replace across the while site.

I have read lots about it but for other Jr HTML writers, the use of META data could be handy.

Not sure what else to add but it is a start
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Hello
A good tutorial on CSS that would be really interesting.
Thank you
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Jones211 wrote:
Hello
A good tutorial on CSS that would be really interesting.
Thank you


if you need some kick start information, w3schools is a good reference but if no one makes one soon i am sure i can write something up. it is part of my course atm. sure i can whip up some basics

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