On Wed, Dec 27, 2006 at 05:27:19PM +0100, Plyd wrote:
And let me
note here, as I so often do, that I read WP on my Blackberry
quite frequently, and the combination of page layout and CSS (which my
browser ignores) works quite well on that size screen, with the stock
So I'm not sure how much extension it can be said actually to need....
Mine reads css but misplace elements on the page , for example, the
left column is shown at bottom and a margin of this size is kept,
making the article unreadable, with one word by line. Moreover, lot of
data like language lists or toolbox, harmless for a classic screen
transform the page in a monster, loosing the reader in thousands of
Force CSS off, and you'll likely be happier.
CSS is almost never a win on a PDA sized screen, anyway.
On 12/27/06, Jay R. Ashworth <jra(a)baylink.com>
On Wed, Dec 27, 2006 at 05:10:49PM +0100, Plyd
I mean, we have a different page for printing
pages, couldn't this be
done also for pda?
You wouldn't want to do it that way; if you did, you'd have to click
through to it from every page.
Not sure. For example, google, which has a pda special interface,
detects the browser and switches automatically to a light interface.
imho, it could be done on a mediawiki page, the software detects the
browser and shows the right interface.
Yes, which is the alternative approach to the "click on a printable
page link" like approach you were suggesting.
The problem *there* is that guesses are often wrong, and rarely
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