Web resources for accessibility
Guidelines and standards
http://www.icdri.org/ The International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet
AWARE The HTML Writers Guild Accessible Web Authoring Resources and Education center
Accessibility Guidelines Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 W3C Recommendation 5-May-1999
Jakob Nielsen's Usability Site These principles apply to all web sites
Toolkits for complying with Sec. 508
The Bobby validator
Lynx all text browser
BLynx .Lynx speech-friendly user help files
Opera Billed as"the world's fastest browser"
News and Views
My query to Kynn Bartlett re WAP/WLM answered
The "definitive" source for WAP knowledge is the WAP Forum, http://www.wapforum.org/ -- they are the industry consortium who created WML.
However, you can also find any number of sites out there that deal with WML (and offer some good tutorials), such as:
Hope this helps!
- OpenWave (URL:http://www.openwave.com/) offers a phone emulator as part of the developer kit; download it and you can pretend you're using a WAP phone.
WAP.com and a bazillion other sites with WAP in the name offer general WAP/WML info.
- dmoz has a section on WAP (URL: http://dmoz.org/Computers/Mobile_Computing/Wireless_Data/WAP/) with links to other stuff.
- Amazon has a lot of books on WML and WAP; if you're a hardcore geek (like me) you might enjoy the Wrox book on WAP/WML, but it's probably not for everyone. Luckily there's many books on wireless development.