Will wrote: >> Several Joomla templates at my disposal already have built in >> functionality for delivering a mobile or iphone version. >> >> -Bob >> > > I think perhaps you're still mixing up iPhone apps and iPhone friendly > websites. > > Apps are written in objective-c, compiled and distributed via the app > store. > > iPhone friendly websites are just HTML and css. I think this is what > you're asking about. If you have iPhone friendly joomla templates at > your disposal, I'd start there. Have your client check it out on their > device and revise. > > There's nothing special you need to do to make your site work for > smart phones (presuming you've built the site with wc3 standards in > mind). There's lots that you can do to enhance the experience though > and some of the previously included links will help you do just that. 1) The client is in the process of developing an app, I guess for use on iPhones and similar devices. 2) She wants people who are using mobile devices to be able to access a mobile-friendly version of the website Yes - confused, but burning both matches.