On 05/17/2002 08:57, "Jeff Russell" <jeff3724_at_attbi.com> wrote:
> Thanks Ed it does and it leads to a follow up question. When you create a 6K
> page, what is displayed on browsers that can only handle 5K? Aren't you
> eliminating a segment of your market that has the older browsers?
The user gets a message saying the page size exceeds the cache limit. The
phone displays any text/image content received within the cache limit.
On i-Mimic, http://www.pentdego.com/zi.asp weighs under 5k so you are safe
with older phones. I did notice you are using a European emoji #59107 which
will not display on a Japanese phone (DoCoMo emoji are different than their
European counterparts just to make life interesting).
i-Mimic is in the process of going platform independent and PHP powered
during which I will add display (and emoji) support for the N21i.
> That leads to another question, do you find that applications are very phone
> model dependent and you need to check the phone model and modify the app
> before sending it or do you code down to the lowest common denominator
> We are looking to do content development for Japan which has many older
> imode phone in use.
> Thanks again,
X-9 design lab : http://www.x-9.com
Received on Fri May 17 11:29:16 2002