Hypertext Markup Language, the Wireless Way

  • Ray Rischpater


As discussed in chapter 4, “The Wireless World Wide Web,” the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) has significant advantages as a medium for wireless access terminals. However, you must approach its use with the constraints of handheld devices in mind If you are used to developing in HTML for desktop browsers, you will have to start thinking a little differently, making sure you stick to HTML tags appropriate for the wireless world. In this chapter, I first review the different versions of HTML in light of their suitability for use with the wireless Web. I then walk through a tag-by-tag discussion of using HTML in your development of wireless content.


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© Ray Rischpater 2002

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