There are some excellent article at phpbuilder.com about PHP and WAP.
Go to http://www.phpbuilder.com/columns/
and scroll down to the WAP columns.
From: LaserJetter [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 9:27 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] WAP
I was fiddling around with the Nokia WAP toolkit the other day and I've
created a pretty little WAP site - just listing dates and it has a WBMP
image as a welcome screen.
Whilst looking for someone to host the site, I noticed a review for f2s
which said "allows PHP to be combined with WML" That would be a pretty
neat thing to do - I could have a PHP script automatically port every
page to WML and WBMP images.
The problem is, how do you include PHP in a WML file? Do you have to
use <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="php"></SCRIPT> in a .wml file or can you use .php
files? (I can't just fidddle about because I don't have a WAP phone
Also, and I know this isn't really anything to do with PHP, what are the
dimensions in pixels of a typical WAP phone screen? I checked my site
using the emulator in the Nokia Toolkit and the one at TagTag.com and my
WBMP image fitted nicely in the middle of the screen. But when my
girlfriend showed it me on her phone, only about a third of the
image fitted on!! Making the image smaller wouldn't be a problem but I
dont really know what size to make it.
Any directions to some useful info would be greatly appreciated.
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