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Designing pages for Mobile devices

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hi does anyone know the best methods/practices for displaying content that displays the same across varying smartphone browsers. iPhone, Android etc...

is this just CSS?

Thanks, Paul
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I tried this some time back, Designing for the Mobile Web
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Have a look a jQuery Mobile, it's an awesome tool for building mobile websites.
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Thanks guys
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