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  • Blog Post: Managing the browser viewport in Windows Phone 7

    As web browsing on mobile devices continues to grow, having sites that are designed to be used on phone and that match the look and feel of other applications on the device becomes more important every day.  In this post I would like to expand on what Joe wrote a few months ago about the mobile...
  • Blog Post: The IE Mobile Viewport on Windows Phone 7

    One of the main challenges involved with mobile Web development is getting content to lay out correctly on screens of varying sizes. Over the years, browser vendors have invented a variety of ways to allow developers to control how browsers lay out content, usually using a custom <meta> tag. ...
  • Blog Post: Supported Fonts on IE for Windows Phone 7

    Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 7 supports a variety of font faces (13) that you can use in your Web pages, ranging from the usual suspects like Arial to fonts like Segoe WP, which Windows Phone uses itself for various User Interface text. The full set of default fonts available are listed in the...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript and CSS changes in IE Mobile for Windows Phone 7

    For IE Mobile in Windows Phone 7, we've made a couple of JavaScript and CSS enhancements that you can try out today in the Windows Phone 7 Emulator . The new scripting functions are: getElementsByClassName(name): given the class specified by name , returns all of the elements or sub-elements...
  • Blog Post: Run the Windows Phone Emulator as Standalone

    UPDATE 11/2/2010: You don't need to do this anymore, as the Windows Phone Developer Tools now install a link in the Start menu that launches the Emulator directly. If you are developing a mobile Web app and want to test it out in the Windows Phone emulator running IE Mobile, you don't need to launch...
  • Blog Post: Ladies and Gentlemen, Please Welcome... the IE Mobile User Agent String!

    Yesterday, the IE team introduced their User Agent string for IE9 . We felt that it was only right that we do the same thing. Thus, without further ado, introducing the Windows Phone Internet Explorer UA String: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows Phone OS 7.0; Trident/3.1; IEMobile/7.0; <DeviceManufacturer>;<DeviceModel>...
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