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Heyy, guys...i have developed a php/mysql program...now i would like to run it from a handheld...should convert or do anything...1st time doing this...thank u in advance

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What do you mean, you use the handheld's browser ? Or do you want to make an actual app ? For the first, you'll just have to make sure your layout fits on small screens. Depending on what you build, a CSS change might just be enough.

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sorry....yes the handheld browser....i have completed my php files...owh, using CSS...i see...thank you....

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okay...can someone help me interpreting this css....i tried converting it to handheld size..but its not working...

this is my current CSS file

body {
	background-attachment: fixed;
	background-image: url(background.png);
	background-repeat: no-repeat;
	color: #EEEEEE;
	font-family: Andalus;
	vlink:red; 
	alink:red;
}
h1 {
	font-family: Andalus;
	text-decoration: underline;
}

Edited by gopi17: n/a

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What does not work (what would you like to achieve but you havent't yet)?

Your current CSS interpretation:
- the background for the body is a picture background.png
- the picture is fixed (i.e does not scrol when you scroll the contents)
- the picture does not repeat (tile) if background is larger than the picture (provide some compatible background color)
- text is Andalus (specify also more general font,too, such as serif), almost white (#EEEEEE)
- links (visited and unisited) are red
- heading 1 text are underlined (no need to specify font-family again, it is inherited from body)

Mind you, I do not regard myself as an CSS expert. You might get better advice form the Webdesign/HTML and CSS forum here:

http://www.daniweb.com/web-development/web-design/html-and-css/143

Edited by broj1: n/a

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thanks for the reply, i did something like this..but my html background goes missing..

<LINK href="web.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="handheld"/>

i'll post this question in html/css page....thank you

Edited by gopi17: error

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