Smartphone users with Webkit browsers will see OakLeaf Systems’ posts in Blogger’s new generic mobile template, which went live today. Here’s Blogger’s preview of the current appearance:
The default mobile template is in use because I started with a very early version of the current template and didn’t want to move to the new version, which my Microsoft Access blog uses. However, even the new version doesn’t appear with a designer template in the online preview:
Overall, I believe the Blogger team did a good job on the templates. Too bad that they render only with Webkit browsers (Chrome, Android, Safari, WebOS, Nokia S60, and others). Perhaps by the time I sign up for a Windows 7 phone from Verizon, the mobile templates will support additional smartphone browsers.