@Jarolin, if you’re talking about a completely different “mobile-version” of your site, rather than a responsively designed site, you’d create the site just like your desktop version, using css and html, create a mobile sub-domain (ie m.example.com), store your mobile version in the new subdomain, then use a redirect to detect if the users browser is mobile.
That’s styling though, Jarolin said he wasn’t talking about that. Apart from that, I can image there are smartphones with smaller than 320px or bigger than 480px screens (for example iPhone 5 and Galaxy SIII)
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