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Wireless Markup Language

An industry-standard markup language for creating special, small web sites optimized for phones.

WML was a core feature of the WAP 1.x standard.

WML has generally been phased out in favor of the newer xHTML standard, part of WAP 2.0.

See: WAP


Most phones support both WAP 1.x (WML and WAP 2.0 (XHTML). Older phones may only support WAP 1.x (WML) sites.

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