Mobile Safari (iphone/ipod) presents itself as media="screen" for CSS
purposes. Seems like Opera Mini does the same now.
I'm not sure if any of the mobile browsers just present themselves as
Sara Hurley wrote:
> That's something I actually want to talk about sometime - one thing I've
> been concerned with as we do a redesign at SPH (getting us all on the
> same page, technology and design-wise) is that phones have such a range
> of support for how web pages are navigated and what they do, and from
> what I've tried on my corner of SPH in the past has looked good in some
> simple browsers (like on my truly awful phone), but is way too simple
> for an iPhone interface - and the mobile stylesheet in whatever form it
> exists in becomes the style sheet even for phones, like the iPhone, that
> do a great job of letting people browse the web as it exists for desktops.
> Does this make any sense? It's something I've been struggling with in
> my head - what the optimal compromise is for those style sheets.
> Zachary Johnson wrote:
>> If we're going to have a group meeting themed around Mobile Web I'd be
>> happy to go over some of my notes on making websites mobile friendly
>> through source code ordering that I talked about a bit two years ago
>> at MinneWebcon.
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