HTML and CSS Reference
Figure 1-9: The Mobile Safari browser.
Just as there are few dif erences between the appearances of the Web pages as viewed on a
desktop or laptop computer, you shouldn't see many dif erences between what dif erent
browsers show on mobile devices. h at's a good thing! Web developers waste a good deal of
time trying to make sure that all their pages look the same on dif erent browsers and plat-
forms. With a common implementation of HTML5, that shouldn't be a problem. Other
unique features on browsers, such as having tabs, or other characteristics that make Web
browsing easier, are i ne as long as the browser's implementation of HTML5 is implemented
according to the specii cations dei ned by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).