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Aug 21 '11 at 13:31 answer John Conde timeline score: 2
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Aug 21 '11 at 8:46 comment added Juhana Note that HTML is not a mobile markup language, that's why it's not mentioned in the list. The question means "What markup languages targeted specifically at mobile devices do you support, in addition to "normal" HTML?"
Aug 21 '11 at 8:40 comment added Jeremy People already know that Google can index/search HTML pages, but some mobile sites may not be written in HTML and people would be confused as to whether Google can index them. The purpose of this page is to explain that Google is able to index sites not written in HTML, if they are written in one of the listed alternatives.
Aug 21 '11 at 8:38 comment added metal-gear-solid what is the mean of support here "What mobile markup languages do you support?"
Aug 21 '11 at 8:31 comment added Jeremy That page lists mobile-specific markup languages. HTML5 is not such a language, so it is not listed.
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