Hi Daniweb,

Have a quick question I'd like answered.

Right now, I'm testing out liquid web sites on a smart phone powered by Android. When I load a (width:100%;) website with the smartphone being taller rather than longer, it comes out looking great. However, when I turn the smartphone 90 degrees, it looks terrible and covers only 30-40% of the screen. Is there anyway for a smartphone to render a width of 100% both ways? That way, when someone wants to read the shorter but wider version, they get the same percentage of width (100%) as someone who prefers to read the taller but skinnier version.


Do you code the page using standard HTML, or HTML 5? HTML 5 is a better language for cross-platform web pages.

Yes HTML 5 is better but is it really been tested so far for mobile web design?

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