Normally it's done like this:
1. Mobile sends email with picture attachment to some address
accessible by the server.
2. A wee cron job on the server checks this address and grabs any new
3. Attached pictures are manipulated as the server sees fit.
This is how most moblogs work.
The (X)HTML file input type is not supported by Japanese mobiles.
On 2005 Jan 12, , at 14:44, Jonathan Scott wrote:
> I have been looking for resources on uploading files (particularly
> pictures) from a keitai to a website. I found a reference from the
> year 2000 on this site's archive.
> Has the status changed any? Is there any support for uploading files
> from a keitai as with a regular browser? If there is support, are
> there any resources someone can point me to that show what models
> support such html tags and how this is done if different from normal
> html tags in any way?
> Thanks in advanced,
> Jonathan Scott
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Received on Wed Jan 12 08:55:38 2005