Why on a windows box? I can understand producing regular websites in Windows,
because the tools aren't really available yet, but WML pages (or cards, or
whatever you want to call the stupid bloody things) consist of plain-jane markup
code. Oh, and bitmaps. Surely Gimp can handle bitmaps though?
Anyway, any server is a WAP server - you just need to construct the pages in the
correct manner, and add the appropriate Content-type to your webserver.
Have a look around Webmonkey.com, there's an informative article there on the
basics of it:
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> From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex1)
> Sent: 18 May 2000 13:15
> To: ILUG (E-mail)
> Subject: [ILUG] WAP Servers
>>> Hi All,
>> I am looking at ways of viewing web pages produced on a windoze box on a WAP
> Preferably free of course, but commercial also considered....
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