On 04/18/2013 08:39 PM, Liam R E Quin wrote:

> On Thu, 2013-04-18 at 20:25 -0400, Sam Gleske wrote:
>> [...] I
>> don't think it's useful for the Download link to show up in the mobile
>> interface.
> Why not? "Hey, Julie, do you have the download link for gimp?" "Yeah,
> it's... uh... I can't find it" "I wanted to run gimp on my iPad.."


>> I really like Elle's comments on accessibility. 
> +1

That too!

In re changing page layouts per display, i.e. screen (the default),
print, handheld (for mobile devices), etc, it can be done in
"regular old" HTML & CSS:


Support for the "screen" medium is always a given, support for
"print" is almost so, and support for "handheld" seems to be good
and improving.

What can CSS change in the way the same (x)html document is
displayed?  Oh, this and that:


I don't have anything against Javascript, but I do believe it should
only be used when/as markup language won't do the job, for better
cross platform compatibility, lower client side overhead, support
for secure networking configurations, etc.



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