in April 2000, PyWeb.comís technology solves the content and services problem
by making quick, easy and cheap for websites to make their content and services
available on WAP phone.
more than 5 600 000 registered sites massively use the HTML language and as the
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) mobiles market increases at a rate of 1000%
per year, PyWeb.com enables Webmasters to be WAP ready as quickly and cheaply as
possible. Mastering the WAP technology, the PyWeb.com offer is based on a
software package hosted on PyWeb.com servers as an ASP (Application Service
Provider). With the free toolkit you can customise and optimise your current
HTML content into WML on mobile phones, thanks to a tagging solution and a
Web sites can be displayed on mobiles, according to WAP specifications, without
defining and managing another site.
to the PyWeb.com site (on-line on the 29th of May) Web and WAP are
efficiently put together.
just have to register your own Web site on PyWeb.com, to open it up to all the
WAP enabled mobiles, from any country and through any operator.
registered the Webmasters will benefit from a
transcoded version of their Web site, without any particular hardware
set-up or software installation. Thanks to the Deck-Itģ tagging
technology by Pyweb.com, the sites developers can implement the picking of any
part of their site into WAP.
order to facilitate the adaptation, PyWeb.com freely provides a previewer for
both Windows and Unix/Linux
operating systems, that simulates a WAP phone and dynamically transcodes the
site. The use of tags is extremely easy for anyone who knows HTML, and those 12
tags are compatible with any HTML editor.
technology is particularly adapted to Webmasters needs : easy and quick
No need to know WAP specifications
No need to learn the WML language,
No software installation on the current HTML host server,
A single Web site version to maintain, including all the dynamic links.
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