iTouch and iPod optimal CSS template
Is there a CSS template that will allow optimal display
of iTouch and iPod (and possibly iPad) layouts in both horizontal and vertical modes?
Is it better to <link ...> or @media or make CSS assignments imbedded in the script code?
Any recommendations for <div> and <table> tags sizes?
How useful is the CSS media='handheld' or other assignments for these and other mobile devices?
Is there a way to see (or simulate)0 the proportional CSS displays on a desktop / laptop computer as they would appear on the mobile devices during the development phase?
I have worked only for iPhone applications. Apple has some recommendations for iPhone GUI elements (size, fonts, and so on). You may Google for or, if you are interested, you may wait till tomorrow (I am home now 22:30 PM here) for me to arrive at work and collect all the documentation about the issue.
iPhone lies about CSS media='handheld', which won't work.
@media queries do work, and can be used to create horizontag and vertical classes that adjust your whoile document.
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Thanks, I'll do a little more research using those keywords.
Originally Posted by rnd me
Do you have any samples files or applications that I could examine?
OK, now, here's the official Apple documentation/reference about Safari and Safari for iPhone development:
Some interesting things about design for iPhone in this article:
A pertinent analysis about the way iPhone and Safari for iPhone handle the events:
And a compatibility CSS table for smartphones (iPhone included):
If you are a designer and you need GUI Photoshop PSD files, send me a PM and give me your email address where I can send you the stuff.
Regarding the simulator/emulator, well, you need a MAC by all means. The SDK for iPhone/iPod etc, documentation and all you need is to be found at the official apple developer site:
you need to register there, but it is for free
Thank you "Kor".
You've given me a lot to look at and I appreciate it.
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