Wireless Markup Language is the primary content format for devices that implement the WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) specification based on XML. For example, the following wml page could be saved as "example.wml":
WML pages can be stored on a web server. After this, they can be accessed using their normal url, for example http://example.com/foo.wml, if mobile phone operator has not specifically prevented this.
This is a sample WML page.
See also: CHTML