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Dreamweaver CS5.5 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery by David Karlins

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Chapter 9. Creating Mobile Pages with jQuery

As a web design consultant, I am immersed for periods of time in studying statistical trends—who is using the Web? For what? In what environments? However, you probably don't need a summary of my research to know that both in numbers, and in impact, people using mobile devices constitute the dynamic factor in web activity. I'll share one statistic compiled from a number of surveys I have been sifting through: by 2013, about half of all visits to websites will be from mobile devices. Moreover, in categories such as entertainment and restaurants, the overwhelming amount of web browsing is already done using mobile devices.

Are they using web browsers for this? Or apps? Or both. However, from a design ...

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