The popularity of the iPad has proven this format will certainly create a profitable marketing base for those willing to work with it. This means making sure websites are optimized for the iPad to give them an edge over their competitors. Here are three ways to do it:
Start with a Basic HTML Coded Site
Using only head, title, body, heading, and <P> tags, code a basic page in HTML that can be displayed on any browser no matter how basic or antiquated it maybe. Images, bold, italics, and underline as well as fancy fonts should also be avoided in order to avoid the possibility of display issues. Google finds these sites easy to crawl and index as well.
Add CSS To Style the Site
To add style to the site and define its structure, use CSS classes and IDs. This will allow you to give the site the look it needs to succeed, but it also lets you divide and customize the various sections of the site.
Add the Needed Components, Not Luxury Options
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