Ed Vielmetti asked how FeedBurner can help you create a mobile-friendly site. Little did he know, this is one of the easiest things we can do for you. In fact, I’ve had it on my site for a while now, and forgot to document it. Thanks for the reminder, Ed!
For the hard-core geeks among you, you might want to try this post on for size, where you can either use .htaccess or PHP to sniff the browser’s user agent: if the visiting browser is using a mobile app to view your page, you can auto-redirect them to a mobile-friendly version of the page. (That’s what I’m doing right now — when you try going to http://www.rklau.com/tins/ using a BlackBerry, a Treo, or other mobile device, you’ll be routed to this page.)
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