On Sat, Jul 15, 2006 at 10:11:07PM -0400, Andy Stewart wrote:
I recently got a Palm T|X and was using the web browser. It works fine
for websites that are written in a certain way (mobile.palm.com
example). Our WLUG website comes up with the WLUG graphical header but
no useful text info.
I'm wondering if it would be hard to format (at least the home page of)
the website to display cleanly on a PDA (320x480 or 320x320) as well as
a normal computer screen. Does anybody have the expertise and time to
give this a try? If its a huge effort, it is probably not worth it, but
I don't have the expertise to size up the effort.
If it's like the one or two other phone based browsers I've played with, it
probably doesn't handle frames in a useful way. The solution would be
to re-implement the frames based layout using CSS instead.
Frank Sweetser fs at wpi.edu
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