There are plenty of caveats with mobile CSS styling and as many methods to deal with them. There are also plenty of tips, such as the 5-Minute CSS Mobile Makeover, but few deal with how to go about making the stylesheets. This may appear obvious at first glance, but having a sound method of making mobile stylesheets can prevent wasted time and energy. And here’s the mobile styling tip: design for desktop, then mobile, then repeat.
Archive for May, 2011
I learned a new word recently. Not a new word, really, but a new phrase combined from two of those really big words that normal people rarely ever use. That phrase is “Concatenation Schema”.
Yeah, that’s what I thought. But, suffice it to say, it was a very simplified way of saying something that took me three paragraphs to explain. It’s nice to be able to add a new phrase into your vernacular (another really big word for me) that nicely sums up something that is difficult to explain.
In the plainest, simplest terms I could come up with, Concatenation Schema is just another way of saying “default content that changes dynamically based on category, sub-category, and product related information.”