11-04-2003, 12:11 PM #1
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- Jul 2003
How to make PDA friendly webpages
Is there any good places out there that give guidelines as to how to make web pages PDA friendly, I know that it needs to be a low res (e.g 320*320) but I was wondering if there is anything "offical' or "dummies guide to" out there.
11-04-2003, 12:31 PM #2
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Generally go for smaller graphics and text formatting that can be scaled down correctly on a small screen. It's probably best just to use H1 headers and text. For text, many handheld browsers don't have many options for emphasis. Just use normal text and bold.
Check out my Glitch site at http://jkevinwolfe.home.att.net/glitch. It looks tolerable and navigates well on the Palm. Since a Palm browser can move within a page much faster than it can switch pages, I made it one long document with anchors.
This was written by hand on QED with the aid of some Correct Hack (Textras for OS5) shortcuts and ftped to the server with LFtp freeware via a Treo 90.
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