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A personal viewpoint in use Nokia Mobile Web Templates

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Created: r60600 (31 Oct 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (30 Jul 2012)

Moderators note:- This should really be in a discussion board article, as this is personal opinion. DOES need meet Wiki Standards

Many people understand that some elements described as High End will work on Middle.

This is similar to the situation with JavaScript and Web Runtime. The reason problems occur because sizes and types of items are not available on Middle or low end phones causing unexpected results.



Nokia Mobile Web Templates has three types in Nokia Developer website,Low-end,Mid-range and High-end,which is divided by different type of devices.

But When I test these Templates in mobiles,I find that the high-end templates can be well browsed in some non high-end mobiles,such as Nokia N73 etc.For exampele,unzip the Nokia Mobile Web Templates High-end package and afterwards copy the directory to N73's memory via Nokia PC Suite.Then open the index.html with phone's Web Browser (not the Wap Browser),the navigation bars, lists, grids, flexible buttons, form elements, data tables, and a simple slide show almost can be well displayed and operated.

So I think we can't select these Templates for development only by the type of devices ,the more important thing is the version of the XHTML MP which the mobile's OS supports.We had better choose the suitable components form these templates for different devices in our application,which will give us furthest help.

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