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Tue

15

JAN

2002

Great Explanation of W3C’s Role, Standards

Molly Holzschlag has written another easy to understand article, Raise Your Standards. Her explanation about the role of W3C is one of the best I’ve seen. The role of developers is also explained well, and I also agree with her about our need to learn about and effectively separate content from structure, learn contemporary markup, and learn to read and use DTDs.

06:29 am, pst15 January, 2002 Comments, Trackbacks ·

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