1. Choice of URL depending on media type or screen width
Up to now, I have only found ways to *select* a style-sheet depending on media type or screen width, or of branching *within* a style sheet. In
both cases, there is only one HTML source file. Sometimes, however, it
would be easier to have two different URLs for two thoroughly different designs of a page. Some sites do that, e.g. de.wikipedia.org which immediately switches to de.m.wikipedia.org if called from a mobile phone.
Of course, when there is an elaborate CMS in the background, one can do everything. But can that be done with standard means, i.e. HTML, CSS, and,
if necessary, redirection in .htaccess? (The obvious work-around is a link
in each page "Do you prefer the other design?").
2. The (sub-)menu icon
Instead of a large table of contents, one has to scatter mini-menus everywhere. These mini-menus should be invisible with an icon saying "Here is a menu if you touch this button". The usual shape is a square with rounded corners and three horizontal bars in the middle. Is there a standard way to produce this icon on the screen? I will do the graphics myself only if forced to.
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