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W3C Sites (nothing to do with the W3C), is a showcase type of venture highlighting sites that class themselves as W3C compliant. And it's an ideal w [...]
Amaya 8.5 Released
Amaya is W3C's Web browser and authoring tool. Version 8.5 has bug fixes for CSS, (X)HTML, and the Amaya user interface. Download Amaya binaries fo [...]
What was once Jotspot is now Google Sites.Google Sites, a new offering from Google Apps, makes creating a team site as easy as editing a document. Use [...]
Speed up browser evolution
Mike Davidson talks sense:Let's speed the adoption rate of W3C standards and let's also speed the rate at which we apply them on our own sitesfrom h [...]
Some of these are totally unbelievable, but it's worth a quick look and a laugh ... Pirated Sites. [...]
Take back the Web from the W3C?
Joe Clark asks "When do we take back the Web from the W3C?" in response to a post from Tim Berners-Lee who has informed us that a new workin [...]
How Google handles hacked sites
Very interesting background information on how Google handles hacked sites. [...]
Validate your site
After Jeffrey Zeldman's high profile grumble regarding a bug in the W3C HTML validator, they fixed it!. I was considering, other than Bobby, what [...]
A collection of sites that collect well-designed sites. [...]