All 3G phones can handle XHTML fine. CSS is less consistently supported.


Pay special attention with au that markup is syntactically valid. While it is best to always do this, au browsers will perform especially strange when bad markup is encountered. For instance


will cause the browser to go back (as though the user has pressed the back button).

Another issue is with wallpaper/image download links. You cannot have it surrounded by font tags. Like:

<font color="blue ">
    <wml:spawn href="device:data/dnld?url=">Download now</wml:spawn>

This will cause odd behaviour.


There is an input bug on some browsers (W52S, W64S) where, if you try to input text in an input form while the page images are still loading, the form will be emptied after you have finished typing your text and return.

Special Markup

There are several proprietary extensions to access special features of the handsets:


See also

Categories: Mobile Development

Markup (last edited 2013-02-13 07:33:27 by HenriServomaa)