smallcompany - 11:57 pm on Jun 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I started working on making one of my HTML static sites mobile friendly.
My idea is to adjust existing template so it can be used by mobile users with one change in coding only: Switch between two different CSS files.
This way, I can continue using the same template, change content, while all visitors can load exact same page and get it accustomed to their device.
I started with fixed width which is 300px. This fits all the content within the 300px and prevents the vertical scroll bar.
Now I wonder about vertical vs. horizontal usage. Do more people flip their mobile devices one or the other way?
At the end, I'll probably try to create something that adjusts the width to the user's screen, so I can set the maximum width only.
For now, I want it to be fixed until I get satisfied with the look and feel.