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Web standards for website construction


May 27, 2021 Website construction guide


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Web standards make Web development easier.

Web standards are developed by the World Wide Web Alliance (W3C).

Web standards for website construction


Why Web standards?

For browser developers and web program developers to develop new applications to comply with specified standards is more conducive to better web development.

Developers make Web pages according to Web standards, which makes it easier for developers because they can easily understand each other's encodings

Using Web standards, you'll ensure that all browsers display your site correctly without time-traveling rewrites.

Compliance with standard Web pages can make web pages easier for search engines to access and revenue, convert to other formats, and make it easier to access program code such as JavaScript and DOM.

Tip: You can use the web verification server to verify the standardity of the page.


Barrier-free

Accessibility is an important part of HTML standards.

Web standards make it easier to use the Web for people with disabilities.

Web standards make it easy for people with disabilities to use the Internet. B lind people can use programs to read web pages for them. People with low vision can access the site by rearranging and zooming in on pages.


W3C - World Wide Web Alliance

W3C creates and maintains Web standards.

Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the World Wide Web Alliance, is known as the father of the Internet:

"The dream behind the Web is of a common information space in which we communicate by sharing information."

The World Wide Web Alliance, founded in 1994, is an international alliance that aims to "lead the web to its full potential".

  • W3C represents the World Wide Web Alliance
  • W3C was created in October 1994
  • W3C was created by Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee
  • W3C is organized as a member state institution
  • W3C's job is to standardize the network
  • WWW standards created and maintained by W3C
  • The W3C standard has W3C recommendations

The most important W3C standards are:

W3C official home page


ECMA - European Computer Manufacturers Association

ECMA was founded in Brussels in 1960 by some of Europe's largest computer and technology companies. By May 1961, they had formed a formal organization with the goal of evaluating, developing and endorsing telecommunications and computer standards.

It was decided to locate ECMA in Geneva because it would bring it closer to other standard-setting organizations that work with it, such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electronic Technology Association (IEC).

ECMA is an acronym for the European Computer Manufacturing Association, Chinese european computer manufacturing federation. It was established in 1961 to establish uniform standards for computer operating formats -- including program languages and input and output organizations.

The latest ECMAScript specification is ECMA-262:

http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-262.htm