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Compact HyperText Markup Language

A simplified version of HTML used for creating web pages for NTT DoCoMo's iMode service for mobile phones.

cHTML is used exclusively for iMode, which is offered only in Japan and by several carriers in Europe.

Most phones and carriers instead use the xHTML standard for mobile web sites, (or the older WML standard.)

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