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    Cell Phone Screen Resolution For Mobile Web Design

    How many mobile screen size to be consider while developing mobile website. For example 240x320. I will need size for mobile website design purpose only. I am aware there is lot of different size for different smartphone but I will need general and most uses smartphone size for mobile website.

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    Maybe this could help you decide:
    http://gs.statcounter.com/#mobile_re...-200912-201212

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    Actually, we no longer develop according to pixel size any more. By using Responsive Web Design techniques, we can make the same page accessible across a wide variety of screen sizes. For instance, take a look at the microsoft.com site; squash the browser window and watch the content adapt to fit.

    You might look at Zurb Foundation to get an idea of what can be done and the easy tools needed to get it working right away.

    Google the terms to learn more.

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    The first time that I developed a mobile website, the layout was simply based off of percentages instead of pixel sizes. The percentage of these sizes will be very flexible to fit just about every page size.

    The layout was based off of div tags that "stacked" on each other. I kept to a 100-200 word minimum on each page to ensure that it wasn't too wordy. Since it was the first mobile site I developed, I was quite afraid to use special scripts or use other dynamic content -- everything was pretty static.


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