Going Wireless with WML and XHTML Mobile

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Going Wireless with WML and XHTML Mobile

An important variant of XHTML is called XHTML Mobile, and its focus is on mobile devices that do not require the full XHTML feature set.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-03-29 00:41:43

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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An important variant of XHTML is called XHTML Mobile, and its focus is on mobile devices that don't require the full XHTML feature set. You've probably experienced the challenge of trying to "browse" the web on a mobile phone. If so, you probably understand how constrained the mobile phone environment can be in terms of limited screen space, processing power, memory, and so on.
In this tutorial, we'll cover
- how WML and XHTML Mobile fit into the state of the wireless web
- Decks and cardsthe anatomy of a WML document
- Formatting tags for WML text    More detail...

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