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Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile by David Karlins

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Chapter 8. Enhancing Mobile Sites

In Chapter 7, Creating Mobile Pages with jQuery Mobile, we walked through the basic steps required to build a jQuery Mobile site in Dreamweaver. In the process, we focused on adding page-elements to a jQuery Mobile HTML page, and building listviews which links to those pages.

In doing that, we covered the bulk of what is required to build a functional jQuery Mobile site. You can browse the Web with a mobile device and find many professional-level sites that rely simply on jQuery Mobile page elements and listviews. In fact, it might be worthwhile to whip out your closest mobile device and browse a bit. You'll appreciate how essential basic listviews are to jQuery Mobile sites—similar to the one shown in the following ...

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