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It would be more clear to me if it was just an issue of media="handheld" vs yadayada. But now, with css3 we have media queries. Which direction do you guys see all this going and how are you responding to right now as you write your code? Thanks a bunch, take care!
Which direction do you guys see all this going and how are you responding to right now as you write your code?
AFAIC, I define default styles, oriented toward screens, then simply modify a few things for the other media, if needed (like removing the main menu, and some backgrounds/borders, for printing, or avoiding minimum widths -to avoid horizontal scrolling-, for handhelds).
I put all the rules in the same stylesheet (so I use @media).
If you have to spend more time on styling different versions, for different media, then maybe you should first make your layout more simple, and more flexible.