"Nice page. I tried it in IE5, IE6, NN7.1, FF 0.9, Camino 0.9, Safari 1.2,
Opera 6.03 and IE5.2/Mac and it displays the screen style fine (meaning it
does not load handheld style incorrectly. Desktop IE 4.72 also loaded screen
style, but not handheld style.
On PocketPC 2003 it loaded both styles, and correctly displayed the handheld
style overrides. :)"
Thank you for your kind comments Aleksander. Are we saying that this is the
best we can expect? That this is the definitive way of doing handheld CSS
for PDA's at present? I'd appreciate more comments from the group, many of
us are writing web sites/CSS are know being asked to write for mobile
devices as well as big screen.
To recap this is what Aleksander was testing:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="print.css" media="print" />
<style type="text/css" media="screen"> @import url(screen.css);
<style type="text/css" media="handheld"> @import url(handheld.css) handheld;
There is a test site using the above CSS imports:
Any other comments or suggestions?
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