[uf-discuss] hAtom handheld CSS..?
chris.messina at gmail.com
Mon Mar 27 12:09:21 PST 2006
I've been thinking a lot about this ever since I got my Blackberry 8700c.
I agree that we need a CSS Blackberry Bush for trying out various
designs for handhelds/phones. hAtom is a great place to start, but we
should also spell out the needs of handheld devices and how to best
design for them, no?
For example, how good is CSS support in browsers? Do we have resources
listing incompatibilities, bugs, etc that we need be aware of like we
do for all the flavors of desktop-based client browsers?
Anyway, I'd like to see some work on this happen -- perhaps in
conjunction w/ CSS-Discuss?
On 3/27/06, Danny Ayers <danny.ayers at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just a thought, prompted by this Russell Beattie post -
> I don't think (m)any of the the blog engines offer styling that will
> work well on mobile devices. Could be a good inroad for hAtom: use
> this profile, get handheld support for free (via Zen Gardenesque CSS
> It should have pretty immediate practical benefit. Not long ago I was
> in need of information in a train station during a rail strike.
> Bringing trenitalia.it up on a mobile was a non-starter, to put it
> mildly. If only they'd used microformats...
> (I've never tried styling for handhelds, so consider this a LazyList request).
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