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Mid-Century Mobile v1.01

By Byrne Reese
Posted March 11, 2009, in Design.

Details

The Mid-Century Mobile Template Set provides a mobile ready theme for your blog. When applied, users can view your blog on their handheld device. This theme presents only the most essential content, with a minimal amount of HTML and CSS so that your site loads quickly on any mobile device.

Features:

  • Create a version of your web site optimized for handheld and mobile devices.
  • Special styling for iPhone users to offer a more seamless iPhone reading experience.
  • Accept comments from your mobile readers.

Compatibility

Movable Type versions: 4.3


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Byrne Reese

Byrne Reese was previously the Product Manager of Movable Type at Six Apart, where he had also held positions as the Manager of Platform Technology and Product Manager for TypePad. Byrne is a huge supporter of the Movable Type user and developer community. He dedicates much of his time to promoting and educating people about Movable Type as well as building the tools and plugins for Movable Type that are showcased on Majordojo. He contributes regularly to open source; and he is an advocate for open protocols and standards like Atom and OpenID.

Website: http://profile.typekey.com/byrnereese