Resources for Guidance on Web Standards by Hp1B2m


									Resources for Guidance on
     Web Standards
                     W3C Tutorials

• A great resource and guide to creating web standard compliant web
  pages from the organization that creates the standards.
• W3C Tutorial
      W3C HOME
      W3C Introduction
      W3C Process
      W3C HTML
      W3C XHTML
      W3C XML
      W3C CSS
      W3C XPath
      W3C XQuery
      W3C SOAP
      W3C WSDL
      W3C RDF
      W3C SMIL
      W3C Other
           WaSP Learn/Tutorials
• WaSP is one stop, easy digestible, informational site for web
• From what are web standards and why you should use them,
  tutorials, articles and reviews, reference materials, and external
• WaSP has everything to quickly get the gist of web standards.
• Andrew Fernandez started collecting these links in 2003 on various
• The resources are organized by category and there are links to
  nearly every topic that has to do with web development and design.
 web standard uses in education
• In 2005 the WaSP Education Task Force was created with the goal
  of working directly with institutions of higher education.

• Their goal is to help raise awareness about web standards and
  accessibility amongst students, instructors, administrators and web
  development teams.

• The objectives of the task force are as follows:
 1. Encourage instruction of web standards and accessibility best
    practices in
             – web design, interactive media.
             – informational and computer science programs in order to
                prepare students for web-related careers.
 web standard uses in education
2. Promote the creation of standards-compliant, accessible public web
  sites and instructional tools.

 - Understanding that legacy sites and tools exist.

 -our goal is to help institutions aim for policies which, at a minimum,
  require that all new sites and instructional tools use valid, semantic
  markup and follow Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) accessibility
web standards uses in education
3. collaboration with institutions of higher education and related
   communities to promote and address the implementation of web

  - accessibility best practices through discussion, web standards
  users groups, and

   -presentations as well as attendance and participation in industry

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