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Description: Tablets and mobile computing have moved on significantly since the laptop and PDA were the portable tools for connectivity and user productivity.
This forum on Mobile Web Design and Development is about responsive design (HTML5) and development of web sites and services for smartphones and tablet devices.
Topics Discussed: Topics cover Mobile and Responsive site design best practices and new developments. Not OS-specific, so if it's an Apple device, a Windows OS, or Google's Android, we'll cover it. It also includes the new HTML-based low-end OS from, for example, Mozilla.
If you have a question about your work in Mobile Web Site Design and Development that is not covered in the HTML Forum: [webmasterworld.com...] or the CSS Forum: [webmasterworld.com...] tell us about it and we'll help you find a solution.
Rules of Engagement
These rules have been developed to promote quality discussion, ensure fairness, and build a forum of threads that will prove useful for a long time to come. In addition to the general WebmasterWorld Terms of Service [webmasterworld.com] and the WebmasterWorld Posting Guidelines [webmasterworld.com]
The following rules apply to all posts within the Mobile Web Design and Development forum.
- Familiarize yourself with, and follow, the WebmasterWorld Guide to Posting HTML and CSS [webmasterworld.com].
- Keep your posted code brief and relevant.
This, more than anything, encourages others to read your post, promotes quick and on-topic replies, and helps build quality threads. You may be requested to trim and re-post excessive code dumps.
- No specifics. Usefor any URLs within code you post.
All "specifics" should be removed before posting (including URLs, names, email, phone, etc.) No self-promotion or reviews.
- Troubleshoot before posting.
This helps to ensure you have tried to resolve it by checking the basics. While we do not wish to discourage you from posting or asking for help, we build a much more pleasant atmosphere by each doing our part. Others will be much more willing to help if you first made an attempt at helping yourself.
- Explain your problem/answer to the best of your ability.
This promotes learning and keeps the thread relevant to others who may be in a similar situation.
- Validate your HTML [validator.w3.org] and CSS [jigsaw.w3.org].
You may be surprised how often a misplaced element or mistyped rule can create unexpected results.
- NO links to "test pages", "examples", or "screenshots".
Relevant URLs to authoritative sources are welcome, however.
Thanks for reading our charter, and welcome to the Mobile Web Design and Development forum!