New feature(s): 1. Pull in content via RSS feeds. Requires php on your server. I consider this feature to be somewhat experimental, and would love any feedback on how well it's working.
This form generates a mobile site using the iUI framework, version 0.31. I didn't create iUI, I just think it's a great toolset and it's easy to use. A mobile site made with this generator uses only the most basic features of iUI. Check out their documentation and examples if you want to go more in-depth. I've tested the results of this generator on iPhones, iPod Touches, and Android phones, though it should work on most smartphones.
This generator creates a site with subpages in a three level tree structure: The main page links to up to 8 subpages, and each of those subpages in turn can link to up to 4 more subpages.
Before you get started:Download iUI, and unzip the files. It contains a folder called 'iui'. Put everything in this folder into a folder on your own server - it doesn't matter where.
Fill out the form below, and click Submit. You can leave any item blank if you don't want to use it - the generator ignores empty ones. But you must give each item you use a unique name. Note that it's now possible to pull in content from an RSS feed on any sub-page. I recommend using an RSS feed only once per site - any more than that maydramatically slows down loading time.
Despite containing different subpages, because of the way iUI works everything gets coded in one single html file. After clicking the Submit button way down at the bottom, copy and paste the resulting HTML code into a single file on your own servers, in the same folder that you put the iui files in step 1. (If you have problems copying and pasting, try using Chrome - it keeps the formatting of the text better for some reason.) Congrats, you should now have a working (blank) mobile site!
This generator creates a shell for a site, just a navigation structure. You'll still need to add your own content to the code, but this only requires some basic HTML knowledge. (ex: It'll create a subpage called 'hours' for you, but you still have to add in exactly what those hours are) Here's how:
After clicking Submit, in the resulting code each subpage of your site begins with a comment that looks like this: Find the subpage you're looking for. For example, if you named a subpage 'Hours' you'd be looking for
Scroll down slightly and look for "Put your text content here" inside a table tag. Obviously, just replace that text with your own HTML content.
While I'll try to answer questions and help in the comments below, I make no warranties or support promises. So use at your own risk.