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QuestionSame content, with standard and mobile layouts. How? Pin
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I have a website under development, and I want to create two versions: one with rich content and a pretty layout for standard web browsers, and a trimmed down, cleaner version well suited for mobile browsers. My searches have led to many different approaches and I'm not sure which would be the best approach. Should I go with the same pages and different style sheets using the media tag? Separate subdomains for www and mobile? If I go subdomain, should I have completely separate sites or is there a best practice for using the same content (child pages or some kind of include file) across the subdomains?

I would like to hear from other coders who have dealt with the issue.

Clarification: My project is a plain, vanilla website with text, pictures, menus and the occasional data form. No web apps, no videos (at least not yet), no Flash, no Silverlight.
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