Back in the day before iPhones were invented, different technologies (like xhtml/wap) were used to present pages. Now it seems that all new devices are HTML5 compatible.
I want to support the largest audience possible with my website.
I looked at a successful adsense publisher's mobile site wap.clickindia.com and the author uses xhtml. It renders fine on both my mobile smartphone and on my desktop computer.
Now my question is in regards to those who use cell phones to connect to the internet but aren't fully qualified as touch-screen smart phones. I'm referring to those that you press a series of buttons to connect to the internet, and on those phones, wifi was not an option. I remember owning one a few years back.
Here's a link to what the phone looks like (but you probably know anyways):
I understand if this question must be closed for asking for external resources, but I'm curious as to if there is a utility or anything out there (even information) on how I can test my website on old-fashioned graphic phones without having to resort to buying one from a garage sale and paying hundreds of dollars for data on the device.
I ask this because I have used the w3c validator numerous of times to test things, but now I think its time to run tests on real devices so that I can see the same website content in the same format as what other users see (especially those from poorer countries).
I want to make sure my site is perfect for all regardless of device.