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  • ...s, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective underst
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  • #REDIRECT [[W3C]]
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  • or the [[World Wide Web]] Consortium (W3C) is a forum - for information, commerce, communication, and collective unde
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  • ...o make it easy for web developers to ensure their creations conform to the W3C standards.
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  • ...s, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective underst
    266 bytes (36 words) - 08:53, 23 October 2007
  • ...o make it easy for web developers to ensure their creations conform to the W3C standards.
    304 bytes (52 words) - 15:14, 10 November 2009
  • #REDIRECT [[W3C]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[W3C]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[W3C]]
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  • * [http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/ SVG specification at the W3C]
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  • [[World Wide Web Consortium|W3C]] standard for exchange of metadata about Web resources.
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  • * [http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/SW-FAQ|W3C Semantic Web Frequently Asked Questions]
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  • A format designed by the [[W3C]] for describing the presentation, layout and other design choices of a doc
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  • or the [[World Wide Web]] Consortium (W3C) is a forum - for information, commerce, communication, and collective unde
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  • ...ramework''' (RDF) is a standard created by the [[World Wide Web Consortium|W3C]] in 1999 originally for exchanging rich metadata about material on the Web The RDF/XML syntax is formally defined and standardised by the W3C, and is widely implemented.
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  • ...ing based on [[XML]]. The specifications for XHTML are maintained by the [[W3C]], who describe XHTML 1.0 as "a reformulation of HTML 4 as an XML 1.0 appli ...not defined separately from those for HTML, being the same as those in the W3C Recommendation for [[HTML]] 4.This makes XHTML compatible with existing HTM
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  • ...the [[W3C]]. [http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/ SVG Version 1.1] currently has [[W3C Recommendation]] status. ...obe]], [[IBM]], [[Netscape]] and [[Sun Microsystems]] - submitted to the [[W3C]] an [[XML]]-based [[vector graphics]] markup language called [[PGML]] (Pre
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • HTML is a [[World Wide Web Consortium|W3C]] standard used for creating [[World Wide Web]] pages. HTML conforms to, a ...[W3C|World Wide Web Consortium]] (commonly shortened to [http://www.w3.org W3C]). The current official version of HTML is [http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • ...n the Web. He currently is the Director of the [[World Wide Web Consortium|W3C]], the 3Com Founders Chair at the [[Computer Science and Artificial Intelli ...next few years. Berners-Lee also setup the [[World Wide Web Consortium]] (W3C for short) to manage development of Web standards in a unified and open way
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  • * [http://validator.w3.org/checklink W3C LinkChecker] - a tool of the w3c to check for broken links
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • {{r|W3C}}
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  • ...ation is the [[Hypertext Markup Language]] (HTML), maintained by the [[W3C|W3C Consortium]]. The most common implementation of hypertext is in the [[World
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  • ...Stuart | title=Architecture of the World Wide Web, Volume One | publisher=W3C | date=December 15, 2004 | version=Version 20041215 | url=http://www.w3.org
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  • ...eamweaver in the past for producing code that often does not comply with [[W3C]] standards. However, in recent versions of Dreamweaver, it has been at th
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  • ...reated, developed and maintained by the ''[[World Wide Web Consortium]]'' (W3C). ...s, including [[Firefox]] and [[Internet Explorer 7]]. CSS1 is an official W3C recommendation.
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  • *W3C RFC 1945, ''Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.0''<ref name="HTTP10proto *W3C RFC 2616, ''Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1''<ref name="HTTP11proto
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  • ...now also been ported to Windows. Safari was the first browser to pass the W3C's Acid2 rendering compatibility test, is currently the third most used.<ref
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  • <p>The [http://www.w3.org World Wide Web Consortium] (W3C) became a W3C recommendation.</p>
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  • ...likely persist for some years still, with the [[World Wide Web Consortium|W3C]] currently expecting HTML5 to become a recommended technology in 2012 and ...ntroduce new web technologies. Additionally, they were displeased that the W3C had decided to stop developing HTML in favor an [[XML]]-compliant alternati
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  • ...lating documents in [[XML|eXtensible Markup Language (XML)]].<ref name=DOM-W3C-Home>{{citation | url = http://www.w3.org/DOM/}}</ref> The [[W3C Consortium]] concluded its work on it, but [[application programming interf
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  • * datasets linked in the world from W3C
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  • To my surprise, the W3C Consortium (http://www.w3c.org) doesn't have an easy-to-find definition of Web 2.0. Searching their s
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  • ...ommonly used <embed> is a proprietary tag which is not recognized by the [[W3C]]. In the Draft Recommendation for [[HTML]] 5, the W3C has a section named "Relationship to [[XUL]], Flash, [[Microsoft Silverligh
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  • According to the [[W3C Consortium]] and the [[Internet Engineering Task Force]], a '''safe''' tran
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  • ...dent, human-readable format for representing data. It was released as a [[W3C]] Recommendation in November 1998 and, perhaps because of its platform inde
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  • ...Scientific American Magazine|accessdate=2010-08-07}}</ref> There is also a W3C standards effort<ref name="SemanticWebFaq"> title=W3C Semantic Web Frequently Asked Questions|
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  • ...an National Standards Institute]] (ANSI), [[World Wide Web Consortium]] ([[W3C]]), [[European Computer Networking Association]] (ECMA) and [[International
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  • ...itle=HTML 3.2 Reference Specification|publisher=World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)|date=14-Jan-1997|accessdate=2007-04-02}}</ref>, used to define the structu
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  • ...IEEE Communications Society (IEEE ComSoc), [[World Wide Web Consortium]] (W3C), Internet Technical Committee (ITC), [[Association for Computer Machinery]
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  • Silverlight doesn't comply with existing standards. Instead of using the [[W3C]]'s [[SVG|Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)]] standard for [[vector graphics]]
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  • <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
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