Browsing the Web with a handheld device like a mobile phone is rapidly becoming common. These articles discuss what web designers and developers need to consider in order to enable people to browse the web from a handheld device.
Using a select element for navigation in narrow viewports is not an ideal solution. Here is an alternative technique that uses real links and is fully stylable.
Tips for installing and running the iOS Simulator and the Android Emulator for testing your web sites on mobile devices without buying lots of hardware.
Checking your work in - and sometimes adapting it for - mobile browsers is quickly becoming more important. Testing is Opera Mobile and Opera Mini is pretty easy.
Learn about developing for the Mobile Web from the W3C by taking an online course based on the Mobile Web Best Practices document.
Apple has made the iPhone and iPod touch accessible to visually impaired people by shipping them with the new, gesture-based version of the VoiceOver screen reader.
Learn how to use the advice provided in W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0 to make sure the information or service you provide on your website is mobile-friendly.
Anyone interested in designing or developing web sites and web applications targeted at mobile devices may want to consider taking this introductory online course.
Cameron Moll explains how to design and develop websites for the incredible amount of people accessing the Web from their mobile phones.
A beta of Opera Mini 4, a free web browser for mobile phones that support the MIDP2.0 standard, is available for download.