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Press releases about W3C work.
2 November 1998
Forthcoming challenges for the Web mean insuring W3C specifications address technology interdependencies
1 October 1998
Interoperability for Dynamic Web Pages and XML Applications
18 August 1998
Additional style sheet language extends Web developer toolkit
20 July 1998
W3C World Wide Web Consortium to Present on Web Accessibility
24 June 1998
W3C Announces Appointment of New Technology & Society Domain Leader
18 June 1998
WAI Develops Key Step Toward Improving Web Browsing for People with Disabilities
15 June 1998
Cross-Industry Support for Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, Bringing TV-Like Content to the Web
19 May 1998
Collaborative Efforts by Key Industry Players and Privacy Experts Promote Web Privacy and Commerce
12 May 1998
The World Wide Web Consortium Issues CSS2 as a W3C Recommendation
9 April 1998
Voting Now Underway by W3C Member Organizations on the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language Specification
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