Msg#: 3250065 posted 9:53 pm on Feb 13, 2007 (gmt 0)
I believe IE doesn't handle the xhtml header correctly because it doesn't actually understand xhtml & treats it as plain html. One workaround is to serve text/html content-type if the Accept request headers don't include xhtml... though this is obviously not ideal. Try googling for IE xhtml.
Msg#: 3250065 posted 4:31 pm on Feb 16, 2007 (gmt 0)
You will need to do browser detection, and serve an alternative page, if you want it to work on PC browsers.
As a practical matter, you need to do browser detection, as well, to look good on a mobile device - right down to the specific model of phone. There are too many variations, and a small number of precious pixels, and you need to make the most of them.
One problem that will be increasing is that there is an increasing number of phones with a horizontal-format screen.