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<h3>WAPBuddy 1.2</h3>
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by Jon Roig<br>
email: <a href="mailto:hide@address.com">hide@address.com</a><br>
site: <a href="http://jonroig.com">jonroig.com</a><br>
last updated: 4-6-2003
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<h4>Introduction</h4>
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WAPBuddy is a super-simple way of creating a basic wapsite that allows you to upload files
to your phone. It requires nothing more than webspace to call your own with php installed.
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<h4>How it Works</h4>
<p>Upload the wapbuddy folder to your site and CHMOD the whole thing to 777. To add files, just ftp them into the downloads folder.
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To access your WAPbuddy site, just point your phone's browser to: theNameOfYourSite.com/wapbuddy/index.php -- you can generally bookmark the page to make
it easier to return to later. Consult your manual for instructions regarding your particular phone.
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If you're so inclined, you can change the name of the site or the welcome message in the wapbuddy_settings.php file, but it's not necessary.
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You can also create new directories for files, if you like. To do so, simply copy an existing directory (like ringtones) and make sure that both the .htaccess and index.php files
are located within the new folder. From there, simply add the new folder name to the current list in wappbuddy_settings.php.
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<h4>v1.2 Changes</h4>
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		<li> Support for the Sharp GSX10 Mobile (Thanks to <a href="mailto:hide@address.com">Mark Waples</a>!)</li>
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<h4>v1.1 Changes</h4>

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		<li> Support for multiple directories</li>
		<li> Browsing directories shows 10 items per page (you can change this whatever you like in wapbuddy_settings.php)</li>

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<h4>Acknowledgement</h4>
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<a href="mailto:hide@address.com">Mark Waples</a> contributed changes to the .htaccess files so we could support a new sharp phone. Roman contributed a bit of code to the 1.1 release, including support for multiple directories and a bit of optimization. Thanks man!
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<h4>License</h4>
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WAPbuddy is released under the <a href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html">gpl</a>.
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