We are running a (desktop) e-commerce site which is pretty large (in terms of coding and different sections), on the Zend Framework. We are now planning a mobile-optimised website, and we are researching into Jquery Mobile.
We are trying two things to decide which path we should choose. 1) Using a Jquery mobile theme to build our HTML, and then customise it from there. OR 2) Build our own theme.
At the moment I'm experimenting with 2) building our own theme.
I found issues on customizing the pages (CSS). Please could you answer my following questions. I'm following the guide on the Jquery mobile site.
For good or bad (I assume to harmonize UI across devices) JQM creates these additional elements.
So if you use JQM, get familiar with the structure, because you will have to use it a lot.
You can override pretty much everything using CSS and jQuery, although it will be a little tedious. You should keep JQM CSS structure (themes can be swapped) and add your own CSS after JQM CSS unless you totally want to re-invent the wheel.
I did an e-Commerce JQM page with a lot of custom JS/CSS (below, all listviews and customized forms). Works, but takes time to do.
Let me know if you need any additional infos.
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