Re: [WSG] maximum backward compartible to mobile phone (WAP) users? Which XHTML DTD?

2006-03-17 Thread Jon Tan
Dejan Kozina wrote: [...] phone owners just do not upgrade their browsers. They're far more likely to buy a new phone that to mess with the handset's preinstalled software. [...] Very interesting and informative reply Dejan, thank you. We've been discussing mobile content publishing for

Re: [WSG] maximum backward compartible to mobile phone (WAP) users? Which XHTML DTD?

2006-03-16 Thread Peter Ottery
re - My question is what is the best practice? What kind of DTD to choose? XHTML Basic? XHTML MP? i can offer a good link! :) http://www.cameronmoll.com/archives/000398.html not sure if it answers all your question. its a 3 part series. the guy (cameron moll) is one of those rockstar designers

Re: [WSG] maximum backward compartible to mobile phone (WAP) users? Which XHTML DTD?

2006-03-16 Thread Dejan Kozina
Andrey, the mobile phone browsers are a hard nut to crack. I've just researched this for an upcoming project, so let me summarize the field: 1. WML phones understand only WML, either served natively from the webserver (with the proper MIME type) or as converted from (X)HTML by their