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intenet technology compatibilties?
overklokan




msg:3445663
 3:08 pm on Sep 9, 2007 (gmt 0)

hello all,

this is my first ever post on this forum = i chosen it cause i see there are many ppl that know a lot about certain topics. i hope that we would be helpful to each other as possible :o)

im developing few web sites for ordinary web browsers (ie6, ff2, ns8) and i got the idea to adapt those pages so pda and mobile users can browse them too and have full compatibility e.g. all content shown to pc or mac users are seen by pda or mobile user too. beside html, im using ajax, flash and dhtml content. what i would like to know is how many pda or mobile devices on market are capable of using that content? if i get rid off all things but html what percentage of devices would be able to see my pages properly?

i tried to find answers on net, its very hard to find relevant info and there are too many devices that use their own propietary standards :o(

thx a lot in advance!

Damir from Croatia

[edited by: encyclo at 3:27 pm (utc) on Sep. 9, 2007]
[edit reason] fixed formatting [/edit]

 

overklokan




msg:3445672
 3:25 pm on Sep 9, 2007 (gmt 0)

i already found some answers on previosly posted topics on this
forum (yeah lol, im too fast on posting, to slow on reading).
since i see theres complete MESS when it comes to standards,
java(script) and other technologies enabled or disabled, ill
ask for solution the other way:

what percentage of pda or mobile devices would be able to see
my web page fully properly if i use nothing but most common
html 4.01 design (standard form elements, basic tables and layers,
.gif and .jpg graphics)?

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