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ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart by Ken Getz, Paul D. Sheriff

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Creating a Page for Mobile Devices

In this chapter, you'll walk through creating a reasonably complex page that's aimed specifically for mobile devices. Although the page works fine when browsed using Internet Explorer, its appearance is a little “tame” for standard browsing. Although we've attempted to have the page use as many different controls as is reasonable, there are several other controls we didn't cram into this example.

TIP

The first difference you'll notice between standard ASP.NET pages and mobile pages is that mobile pages are broken up into one or more forms. Each page must contain at least one form but can contain as many as you require. The Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit manages breaking the forms up, as required by the capabilities ...

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