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Scsi's "Perfect 10" Mobile Web Site Standard - Best Practice #2: Every Mobile Web page is viewable with any type of browser.

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What is claimed and how was it achieved?

Browser tool-independent viewing is assured because by design there are no prerequisite requirements dictated that you must use a certain browser, type, or any particular version number to view the contents of any page within this Mobile Web site.

How can this be achieved and assured in the first place? For starters, Scsi sticks to using only 100% pure "plain vanilla" Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) - and never employs any "special tags" that are browser-specific. Additionally, there is never any use of scripting languages, executable programs, third-party tools, and so on.

What are the user-focused benefits?

What all this means is that you can use any vendor's browser you wish - be it a Web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, AOL, Yahoo, the W3C's Amaya Editor/Browser, and Firefox, among others - or a text-mode-only Web browser, such as the Yellowpipe Internet Services' Lynx viewer Web page to emulate the Lynx text browser - or perhaps even Small Screen Rendering (SSR) devices having built-in proprietary operating system-based Web browsers, such as are provided on Internet-ready Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and wireless SmartPhones with scrolling controls or keyboard access.

How do you go about testing for yourself what is claimed?

Go ahead and make use of any number of viewing tools that you either already have or can easily get your hands on - both Web-based and text-mode-only Web browsers - and you'll confirm what has been said here and be convinced that this is but one more benefit provided by this Mobile Web site - all by design (and commitment).

What is the bottom line about Scsi's Best Practice #2?

Amazing and easy to appreciate this any-way-you-want-to-get-there approach to accessing and effectively making use of the Internet, isn't it? Think about it. Scsi's Web site was actually designed from the ground up to focus on providing each and every visitor with Web page-based content that is accessible by whatever Internet access-enabled browsing device that might be employed to view the Web site's pages. Now, if only all the other Web sites' designers can become informed about, adopt, and learn how to follow all of Scsi's set of ten Best Practices as well, wouldn't we all be the better off for it?

Besides Best Practice #2, which of Scsi's "Perfect 10" Mobile Web Best Practices would you like to read about next?

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