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By: Dave Raggett
I am involved on behalf of W3C with some European research projects where we are using a wiki to collaboratively work on reports for project deliverables. To assist with preparation of the final form of the report, I have created...
By: J. Alan Bird
Introduce myself My name is Hiroki Yamada. I am a W3C Fellow from Internet Academy (Japanese company). Internet Academy is a school for Web Designers and Web Developers. I've been in charge of developing on curriculum and educational materials. And...
On July 27th, 2010 we made the first official release on Unicorn. We are elated with the response from the community. Within two days after the announcement we received 7 additional translations. There are already a couple new checkers in...
From the very first release of the cheatsheet, I’ve received requests to include the various new elements and attributes of the HTML5 specification in the cheatsheet. As a reminder, the cheatsheet is a mobile-friendly Web application that provides a compilation...
Back in November, I announced the first release of the W3C cheatsheet for Web developers — a compact Web application that provides quick access to useful information from various W3C specs. Making that Web app mobile friendly has always...
Back in November, I announced the first release of the W3C cheat sheet, a compact, mobile-friendly Web application that allows to look up keywords in various W3C specifications, as well as to access various guidelines and best practices at...