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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Your site is ready for mobile?

Your site is ready for mobile?
Smartphones and PDAs are becoming more common. Becomes a necessity to make their usable and accessible on mobile devices.

How to make your site accessible to mobile phones last generation? The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), an association that aims to improve standards, protocols and language for designing web applications, has created a special branch of his project to study issues related to mobile: Mobile Web Initiative .

The initiative identifies guidelines for designing Web sites accessible by a device called the base, or a device type from the minimum characteristics to serve as a touchstone for all devices (in other words ... too easy to design a site accessible to more advanced smartphones around! A site to be mobileOK must be accessible from one device to "medium", or rather, as we shall see, "medium-low," to include most of the phones on the market for now).

  • Learn the basic features of the device : visit Default Delivery Context
  • The initiative has produced a series of recommendations known as Mobile Web Best Practices (MWBP), to provide guidance to web developers who want to be "mobileOK".
  • See Mobile version 1.0 Best Practices : visit Mobile Best Practices 1.0 Some of the content management platforms provide some default devices to be accessible and usable even from mobile devices (remember that a good part of good design standards for furniture are made ​​from same guidelines for a good design for the desktop Web.) constructed by Plone sites, for example, are already compliant with many of the recommendations described by the MWBP : webmaster will only have to use some additional precautions to ensure that your site displays information and interactions best on a smartphone or a PDA. Another useful tool provided by the W3C mobileOK Checker is: just enter the URL of your site and you will have an analysis based on various parameters to assess how the site is mobile Friendly. Try it now!
  • Check what your site is mobileOK : go to the W3C mobileOK checker and 'can then be attributed to the pages of your site mobileOK mark, which certifies a good design-oriented furniture. In this way you will present to its visitors 'desktop' that the information or services you are viewing are also accessible and accessible from their mobile devices.
  • Get the brand mobileOK : visit The mobileOK Trustmark
Posted by: Admin
Easy Learn Computer, Updated at: 3:52 PM

1 komentar:

Computer and Laptops said...

My site is already ptimize for mbile browsing.

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