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Figure 4-3. Fling's graph shows how each option for mobile versions of your site relate with
regard to complextibly of creation, value to the end user, and speed of download and rendering.
Whatever options you choose for mobile web support, the most important thing is that
you don't ignore it. The mobile Web is here, and it's here to stay.
While all web designers definitely have frustrations in dealing with web browser inconsisten-
cies, the truth is that using web standards, including CSS, actually minimizes these when done
correctly. By following the best practices outlined in this topic, you'll be able to create sites
that work well across the board. But before we get too deep into that, let's talk about the man-
agement of your CSS files. Chapter 5 covers this important, if often overlooked, process.