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Chapter 14. Mobile Devices
Just now, as most web developers have become very proficient at devel-
oping engaging content for the popular PC-based browsers, they are be-
ing confronted with the challenge of providing equally elegant pages for
those ubiquitous, tiny mobile devices. But mobile web-enabled devices
were not anticipated back in the early 1990s when HTML was first defined
and refined, and the current standards don't help much, either. In this
chapter, we look at the broad range of mobile web-enabled devices,
the challenge they present to web designers, and a subset of XHTML
that addresses those devices. We also offer some suggestionsand lots of
sympathyfor creating effective content that works across many of these
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