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Old 10-10-2010, 07:38 AM   #31
Steve Rindsberg
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As far as I can tell there are two ways of going about this sort of thing. You can sniff out the browser in use and direct the user to different sites depending on the result or, I suppose, use javascript to customize the site for the browser. Or you can tell the browser to use one CSS file if it's a regular browser and other style files if it's one of several other device types, mobiles being one of these.

It's amazing that the latter approach has been part of the spec for so long, yet so many browsers seem to ignore it (particularly since it'd be such an idiot-simple thing to implement).

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