The group says the publication embodies a "broad consensus" of how mobile web content should be created to avoid technical issues when viewed from mobile devices. The group also includes tech giants AOL, AT&T, Ericsson, GoDaddy, and Vodafone.
"There are many devices, but one Web," said Daniel Appelquist, chair of the Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group. "Practical guidelines on how to create content once that can be delivered to the plethora of devices saves developers and organizations time and money. "
The group says that readers are not expected to have a background in mobile-specific technologies. The guidelines are intended for creators, maintainers and operators of Websites who have a general familiarity with Web severs and HTTP.
"Nokia believes the use of the Web via mobile browsers will be the next big step towards making information and content available globally to everybody, including billions of people for whom their mobile phone will be their first and only means of Internet access," said Timo Ali-Vehmas, Vice President of Standardization and Industry Relations for Nokia.
Select by Topic
Search Engine Submission : Reporting (Benchmark) : Pricing : SEO/SEM Research Archives : Search Engine Definitions
Web Designers Glossary : Internet Definitions : Business Development Checklist : Internet Marketing