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henry0




msg:931266
 11:44 am on Oct 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

I checked anybrowser.com but they do not yet offer any Palm screen checking

Is there somewhere a tutorial offering guidelines on making a web fitted also for palm?

Another way will be to strip my pages and only serve news content
But how can I be sure that a palm will grab that choice instead of the full site
Any OS recognition coding? (I use PHP and MySQL)

What should I consider?

Please understand that I never did anything with palm or such tools in mind until now :)

Thanks

Regards

Henry

 

Peeress




msg:931267
 8:03 pm on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hello henry0, I was going to post mine separate, but it seems similar to your question.

I was looking for information on designing a webpage specifically for wireless devices. ... so far I've come up with this site.. which you might find useful.

[*websitetips.com...]

(don't forget to take the asterisk out of that url!)

(if you scroll down, they have a list of software for handhelds)

henry0




msg:931268
 8:24 pm on Oct 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hello Peeress,
thanks I will review it
hope we may found more input (Will post if any)

cheers

Henry

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