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Lately I have noticed in my websites stats that a few of the visitors have accessed my site using their mobile phones(namely Nokia 3660 & 3650). This was quite startling for me.
My website happens to a blog which is updated about 10 to 12 times a day couple of flash games, jokes posted apart from general interest news. I would like to know how do I make sure that my website is *mobile* compatible. How do I build websites for mobile phones and more importantly how do I test them. I would like to know of cell phone emulators which will allow me to test my sites on them so that I know how they will *look* when viewed via a mobile phone.
Eagerly awaiting your replies. Thanks for the same. Bye.
Many mobile phones have a screen width of 176 pixels, but this varies and you should make your stylesheet so that the content adapts to the width of the screen.
The Opera web browser is a popular web browser for mobile phones. The desktop versions include the Small Screen Rendering technology Opera use to show web sites without a stylesheet for handheld devices. You can activate this feature by selecting "Small Screen" from the View menu or by pressing Shift+F11. This way you can see what your current website look like on phones running the Opera web browser.