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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by stuhasdroid, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. stuhasdroid
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    The Droid is so fast and the display is so nice that web browsing on the Droid is more addictive than I predicted. Simply because it is so convenient.

    And I've really gotten acquainted with Dolphin and using gestures. I like it.

    Of course some sites are simpler to navigate than others. And of course the best sites are the mobile sites. I'm not a html coder and don't author with html. I'm curious what it takes to turn a site into a mobile site. It sure would be nice if more and more sites were ready for mobile.

    Is it a great deal of additional tags within the html that makes for a mobile site ?

    With the number of smart phones and expansion of 3G, 4G, etc.. I suspect more and more sites will become mobile ready I'm just curious what it takes to become a mobile site.

    Peace,
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    Sorry I can't help you but, I would prefer FULL websites apposed to mobile just for the sake of finding the same information I could at home...