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    After this thread I spent a lot more time looking...

    After this thread I spent a lot more time looking into responsive design and have to say I'm kind of converted. It's certainly easier than creating two separate interfaces and it means that the...
  2. You don't need to use XHTML strict or any other...

    You don't need to use XHTML strict or any other particular flavour of HTML to use databases, it has no bearing or effect on how a site integrates with a database. It may have an effect on how the...
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    Small screens would be served a mobile version of...

    Small screens would be served a mobile version of the site (as per the original question).

    Regarding images, the thumbnailing functionality possible in ASP.NET means you can generate and cache...
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    ASP.NET has built in thumbnailing, this is not a...

    ASP.NET has built in thumbnailing, this is not a problem to make images resize dynamically. But things moving around can be.

    For example, look at the pixedelic camera plugin site (won't let me...
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    I tend to agree. Also, on a mobile device i...

    I tend to agree.

    Also, on a mobile device i might not necessarily just want the page to reformat to fit a smaller screen. I will tend to want bare bones features. For example, on an ecommerce...
  6. If you're working in ASP.NET, you can put a menu...

    If you're working in ASP.NET, you can put a menu control, and write the query as a stored procedure then stick a datasource on the page and hook them all up. For menus like this that are unlikely to...
  7. Another fix that would work is to set the...

    Another fix that would work is to set the hyperlinks themselves to be block elements in the CSS:

    a { display: block; }

    This way your XHTML markup remains the same as before, and is less...
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