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The End-All Guide to Small-Screen Web-Dev
by Heidi Pollock (webmonkey, 5 Mar 2004)

It takes one gigantabig tutorial to teach you how to build sites for all those itty, bitty devices.

One of the better pieces (I have encountered) that covers the challenges and issues when authoring for small devices. Font items, images, layout tips, screen sizes, proxy filtering (how work may get changed on the way to display), protocol, page size, XHTML, HTML, CSS, WML, etc … usability concerns … and a list of handy resources.

Heidi has done a great job of putting together this tutorial.

Webmonkey will be missed, and it would be a good idea to read, print, and or save the Small-Screen article. The webmonkey site and its archives, at some point, may become unavailable.

If you are attending the South by Southwest [sxsw] festival this week, be sure to go visit the Long Live Webmonkey! event, Monday night (March 15th).

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