J2ME C-HTML: What is C-HTML?

What is C-HTML?

- Compact-HTML (a subset of HTML for small information devices) was created by Japan-based Access Company and was accepted by the W3CM in 1998.

- Devices like cellular phones have several hardware restrictions like small memory, low power CPUs, small mono-color display screens and restricted input methods.

- cHTML does not support JPEG images, tables, image maps, multiple fonts and styles of fonts, background colors and images, frames, style sheets and more than two colors, typically black and white.

- The basic operations can be done by a combination of four buttons:

1. cursor forward
2. cursor backward
3. select
4. back/stop
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