Re: [WSG] Mobile urls

2010-11-15 Thread Andrew Cunningham
On 15/11/2010 6:15 PM, Michael MD wrote: Although the most interesting aspect of BBC mobile content esp. for complex script languages is the choice between a textual version and an image version: http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi/mobile/india/2010/11/101114_raja_resign_final_skj.shtml

Re: [WSG] Mobile urls

2010-11-14 Thread Jason Grant
First time I have come across the first convention you outline Sam, but it is an interesting proposition. I have a feeling that it is a better way (in the long term) to treat content, rather than having a mobile specific site. However, sticking an MP extension onto a page name is arguably

Re: [WSG] Mobile urls

2010-11-14 Thread Andrew Cunningham
Although the most interesting aspect of BBC mobile content esp. for complex script languages is the choice between a textual version and an image version: http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi/mobile/india/2010/11/101114_raja_resign_final_skj.shtml

RE: [WSG] Mobile urls [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

2010-11-14 Thread David Bromage
UNOFFICIAL The UK’s new legislation site has a similar convention although differently named. The base is XML and it is rendered as required. Taking for example Section 1 the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/Vict/63-64/12/section/1

RE: [WSG] Mobile urls

2010-11-14 Thread Michael MD
Although the most interesting aspect of BBC mobile content esp. for complex script languages is the choice between a textual version and an image version: http://www.bbc.co.uk/hindi/mobile/india/2010/11/101114_raja_resign_final_skj.shtml