On Wed, Jan 15, 2003 at 04:53:25PM +0100, Paul Everlund wrote:

> Do anyone by the way know if a special web-server is required for
> serving wap-pages, i.e. can one use Apache? If not, what's out there?
> Will take a look in the ports tree to see if I find anything.

A "wap page" is nothing more than content that has been marked up with
WML, the wireless mark-up language. You can serve WML content with any
webserver, including apache. Just add a line like this to the httpd.conf

AddType text/vnd.wap.wml .wml

Where .wml is the file extension you use for your WML pages.

Anand Buddhdev

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