What's new? Most images are now replaced by a css gradient. Form elements are now fully css3 styled. The topbar thin in landscape mode.
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By Scott Clark. You can check out the page live on your iPhone right here. On normal desktop browsers it will still work, but it fits the screen of the iPhone just right. We still need to add sub-menus, but that's for later. For now, you can see that the HTML itself is not that difficult, and we will show you what you need to change in order to create your own iPhone-optimized website using iWebkit. Obviously you will need to download the iWebkit, and have it on your local machine.
On to the body. Well, the top part of the body, called the Top Bar. This is the first part of the page that an iPhone user will see. For a full discussion of how to use the iWebkit to do all of this, check out the iWebKit5 User guide , which is provided when you download iWebkit which is free, btw.
Next we'll show you how to change the menus, add forms, and even use videos within your web app. We're going to continue with our iPhone-ready website, and add sub-menus, links to our articles, and then we're going to try to optimize some content that's already published for the iPhone.
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Using the iWebkit iPhone Development Framework for Creating Web Apps
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