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  1. #1
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    Hi all,

    (newbie question)

    I'd like to write web pages accessible from my T610.
    What is the best choice... WML or compact HTML ???
    THX




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  2. #2
    Ben Measures
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    Re: wml or compactHTML

    JoŽl G wrote:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > (newbie question)
    >
    > I'd like to write web pages accessible from my T610.
    > What is the best choice... WML or compact HTML ???
    > THX


    Neither. I personally prefer writing in XHTML-Basic the distant
    descendant of cHTML. All SE phones and the newer Nokia phones support
    XHTML. I also add (an external) CSS for extra jazz/style at no extra
    download cost.

    This way I can browse my fine pages with speed and ease on my mobiles,
    and with fancy stylings on my computer - all with the same content!
    Truly write once, read anywhere.

    The only problem is, there aren't too many XHTML-Basic tutorials out
    there. This problem is easily trivialised once you realise that
    XHTML-Basic is simply a subset of XHTML. I recommend you first read the
    tutorial linked below, then read a XHTML tutorial (plenty on google),
    keeping in mind the tags you can't use (as part of the XHTML-Basic
    specification).

    XHTML-Basic Tutorial:
    http://www.xguru.com/tutorial/cat_index.asp?cat=2

    XHTML-Basic References:
    http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/
    http://www.zvon.org/xxl/xhtmlBasicRe...put/index.html

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