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World Wide Web Consortium World Wide Web Consortium Gründer und Vorsitzender des W3C ist Tim Berners-Lee, der auch als der Erfinder des World Wide Web bekannt ist. Das W3C entwickelt technische Spezifikationen und Richtlinien mittels eines ausgereiften, transparenten Prozesses, um maximalen Konsens über den Inhalt eines technischen Protokolls, hohe technische und redaktionelle Qualität und Zustimmung durch das W3C und seiner Anhängerschaft zu erzielen.[1] Seit Januar 2011 befindet sich der Sitz des Deutsch-Österreichischen Büros in Berlin am Deutschen Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI). Beispiele für durch das W3C standardisierte Technologien sind HTML, XHTML, XML, RDF, OWL, CSS, SVG und WCAG. Geschichte[Bearbeiten] Die Geschichte des W3C ist eng mit der Entwicklung des WWW verbunden.

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World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) A reminder for people interested in the joint W3C/IAB “STRINT” workshop: The deadline for submitting position papers is Wednesday 15 January 2014. The workshop pages explain how to submit. The main theme of the workshop is pervasive monitoring and how (future) Internet protocols can be protected against it.
C HTML5 Logo C HTML5 Logo The Movement You're excited about HTML5; we are too. You've not just been enjoying the HTML5-powered web already — you're building it! As adoption and inspiration spreads, the web community will find creative ways to apply HTML5 and related technologies, spark trends, and capture best practices. As momentum builds, we hope you bring this logo along for the ride and paint the world orange. You know that HTML5 badge you've placed oh-so perfectly in your footer?
W3C Recommendation 24 December 1999 This version: http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224 (plain text [794Kb], gzip'ed tar archive of HTML files [371Kb], a .zip archive of HTML files [405Kb], gzip'ed Postscript file [746Kb, 389 pages], gzip'ed PDF file [963Kb]) Latest version of HTML 4.01: http://www.w3.org/TR/html401 HTML 4.01 Specification HTML 4.01 Specification
HTML 4.01 Specification W3C Recommendation 24 December 1999 This version: http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224 (plain text [794Kb], gzip'ed tar archive of HTML files [371Kb], a .zip archive of HTML files [405Kb], gzip'ed Postscript file [746Kb, 389 pages], gzip'ed PDF file [963Kb]) Latest version of HTML 4.01: HTML 4.01 Specification
HTML 3.2 Reference Specification HTML 3.2 Reference Specification REC-html32 W3C Recommendation 14-Jan-1997 Author: Dave Raggett<dsr@w3.org> Status of this document This document has been reviewed by W3C members and other interested parties and has been endorsed by the Director as a W3C Recommendation. It is a stable document and may be used as reference material or cited as a normative reference from another document.
Fourth W3C Web & TV Workshop: Web and TV Convergence Veröffentlicht am 20 Dezember 2013 Take the opportunity to influence and shape the next generation of TV and broadcasting content: The Fourth W3C Web and TV Workshop, taking place in Munich, 12-13 March 2014, invites key players from the TV and Web industry to discuss the important questions of Web and TV convergence, and how standardization can help across the globe. Submit your statement of interest by February 2014! W3C membership is not required. Register now! W3C - Deutsch-österr. Büro W3C - Deutsch-österr. Büro
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