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Mobile Test Cases

By Dave Shea | June 14th, 2004 | Filed in Mobile

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Patrick Griffiths is interested in the truth about current mobile support of HTML and CSS.

A long-standing tenet of CSS design is that a clean separation of structure and presentation ensures proper degradability; and indeed, comparing a heavily table-laden page against a CSS-driven site on many mobiles proves the latter comes up smelling like roses — provided the CSS isn’t rendered.

But as mobile device capabilities improve, what happens when designers wish to start experimenting with the “handheld” media type? Patrick’s test page sets out to find some answers. Fire up your cell phone or PDA and go contribute your results.

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