Making the Web Mobile-Friendly

11/13/07

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in Cambridge, MA, today announced the release of “mobileOK checker,” software that automatically evaluates Web pages for compliance with the group’s guidelines for improving users’ browsing experiences on phones and other mobile devices. We’ll have more details about the mobileOK initiative tomorrow. Also tomorrow, W3C director Tim Berners-Lee will discuss the mobileOK checker and its place in W3C’s vision for the mobile Web in a keynote talk at the Mobile Internet World conference at Boston’s Hynes Convention Center.

Wade Roush is Chief Correspondent and Editor At Large at Xconomy. You can subscribe to his Google Group or e-mail him at wroush@xconomy.com. Follow @

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