One in four WAP sites are riddled with faults making them inaccessible to users, says a new report from WAP development portal AnyWhereYouGo.com.
The research suggests that simple errors in the coding of WML (Wireless Mark-up Language) pages, which are used to build WAP sites, are responsible for this grim situation.
Twenty-eight percent of the 50 sites tested by AnyWhereYouGo.com are said to have contained damaging errors.
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