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Retrofit your Web pages for wireless compatibility (22 Nov 2005)
If you're serious about supporting wireless devices, you need to be using at least HTML 4.01 Strict for your Web pages, and you should seriously consider moving to XHTML 1.0 Strict. Getting to HTML 4.01 Strict forces you to drop any presentation in your HTML in favor of CSS, which is the first step to good, flexible Web design. CSS is also essential if you want to build Web apps that easily support wireless devices, because you can apply one CSS set of rules for Web browsers and another for mobile devices.
Article URL: http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/library/wi-css/index.html

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