ressources ( mobile)
Fixed positioned elements (typically headers or footers) are extremely common conventions for native mobile platforms, so naturally fixed elements found their way into mobile browsers. Web designers are used to fixing elements to the window using CSS’s position: fixed , however, in the land of mobile browsers, support for fixed positioning is far less universal and is way more quirky. I set up a demo to test fixed positioning support across mobile browsers. You can view the demo here. I was particularly curious to see how fixed positioning worked without disabling the user’s ability to scale the page. The Test
Theming overview Every layout and widget in jQuery Mobile is designed around a new object-oriented CSS framework that makes it possible to apply a complete unified visual design Theme to sites and applications. The theming system is similar to the ThemeRoller system in jQuery UI, but adds a few important improvements: It takes advantage of CSS3 properties to add rounded corners, box and text shadow and gradients instead of images, allowing the theme file to be very lightweight and reducing server requests.
librairie (ressources mobiles)