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Introduction

Note: The Mobile FSS is new in v1.2.

Mobile FSS is the mobile-friendly version of FSS. It takes advantage of core FSS philosophies like modular class names and files, it recycles many FSS class names to help take your existing content and make it mobile-friendly, and it's easy to use - just like regular FSS.

There are a few different ideas to keep in mind though;

  • Mobile FSS is currently packaged on a per-device basis - if you want the iPhone look and feel you grab the iPhone layout and iPhone theme.
  • Mobile FSS still requires parts of FSS - specifically fss-reset.css and fss-layout.css