How To Build your Own WAP Web-Sites

Ever tried building a WAP site for yourself? WAP sites are websites which are especially meant for mobile phones. The best place to make those swanky little sites that load off mobile phones, of the type you’ve always wanted to make, is at A name synonymous with WAP sites, is the one-stop shop for all your WAP-site-building needs. An online, Java-based WAP site builder can be accessed from the site.

Once you’ve created an account, you can browse through the 20,000-odd members’ WAP sites hosted at You can visit your new WAP site at[username]. It is then tagged under a specific section such as “games” or “personal pages”—you get to choose from 21 other categories.  The WAP site maker has a simple graphical interface, like the type you see when composing an e-mail: it lets you change the background image and colours on the site. You can add hyperlinks and images, and make an unlimited number of pages, too. There’s no need to learn to code in WAP,
WML, or XHTML. Each WAP site is allotted 1 MB of Web space, which should allow you to host approximately 30 full ringtones, for instance. offers a free WAP emulation browser called TTemulator, which can be used from a PC to access WAP sites. This application can be added to pages of other Web sites too. The site also offers a lot of free content—a collection of games, wallpapers, and ringtones—from its PC-based Web site. Create you own site and flaunt about it. Enjoy..!

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September 14, 2008 by: Prasanth Chandra


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