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Hi,

In jquery mobile there doesnt seem to be any UI for an image. I want to build websites not apps ( I have a thing against apps as they are hard to make money out of )
I take it it is just included as regular html/css?

For phones this isnt a big issue but for larger mobile devices you need to have some sort of graphics.
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It sounds like you should be using http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap or http://foundation.zurb.com
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err no I dont want another tool to use.

I will use grids soon but I am just getting the hang of jquery mobile basics.
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sounds like you have answered the question
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