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  convert it to work well with a pda format?  work in multiple formats?  The best way is to build the pages using valid structural markup, with all presentational stuff determined by CSS. This is one of the best reasons to design sites this way! :-) -- Ptty Ayers http://www.WebDevBiz.com Professional Web Business Tools: Web Design Contract, Estimate Worksheet, and more --...

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    convert it to work well with a pda format? 
    work in multiple formats? 

    The best way is to build the pages using valid structural markup, with all
    presentational stuff determined by CSS. This is one of the best reasons to
    design sites this way! :-)


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    7mary4 webforumsuser wrote:
     

    Use stylesheets with different media-types (e.g. screen, handheld).

    7.3 Recognized media types
    http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/media.html#media-types

    HTH
    Micha




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    >The best way is to build the pages using valid structural markup, with all
    presentational stuff determined by CSS. This is one of the best reasons to
    design sites this way! :-)

    Last week at the 'Web Design World Conference' in Seattle Jeffrey Zeldman gave a presentation about 'standards' and 'valid structural markup' and used a 1995 Apple Newton to prove his point. Here is a screenshot of a WaSP (Web Standards Project) page on that device: http://www.happycog.com/lectures/dwws/19.html

    No fancy tricks - no 'browser sniffers' - just good solid XHTML & CSS.

    Go figure.


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