World Wide Web is a proper noun. World Wide Web is (1) computer network consisting of a collection of internet sites that offer text and graphics and sound and animation resources through the hypertext transfer protocol.
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W3C is a worldwide international consortium where members work toward establishing web standards. Since 1994 the Consortium has published more than 90 standards called W3C Recommendations. The website describes the consortium, has links to the Recommendations and information about becoming a member.
CSS is a world-wide-web design resource using CSS-based design. The program came out of a desire to help graphic designers make better-looking websites. Users can find samples of CSS designs and information about using the software. Graphic Designers can also submit designs to Zen Garden for possible inclusion on the website.
WhatWg is a growing community of browser vendors, web developers and other people interested in the development of the next generation of HTML and related technologies, specifically designed to allow authors to write and deploy applications over the World Wide Web. The home site provides links to FAQs about the organization, blogs, forums, specs, wiki, and a downloadable mailing list.
The following articles provide recent World Wide Web-related news.
Silicon Valley technology giants such as Facebook and Google have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up, unless challengers or changes in taste reduce their clout, the inventor of the World Wide Web told Reuters.
Reuters. Thursday, 01 Nov 2018 14:15:33 -0400.
Silicon Valley behemoths like Facebook and Google have grown so much that they may need to be broken up, unless competition reduces their clout, according to the inventor of the World Wide Web.
Christopher Carbone. Fox News. Thursday, 01 Nov 2018 11:09:12 GMT.
The founder of the World Wide Web has revealed his intention to revolutionise the internet by completely upending the data-gathering business models of tech giants like Facebook and Google.
Anthony Cuthbertson. The Independent. Monday, 01 Oct 2018 16:35:00 +0000.
The man who created the world wide web - and gave it away for free - Tim Berners-Lee, is now starting a project to take back personal data from big tech and protect it for the individual, as the New York Post reported.
Newsmax. Sunday, 30 Sep 2018 09:38:23 EDT.
Echoing concerns that grew with the World Wide Web itself a decade earlier, the rise of social media has stoked fears of 'social displacement' -- the alienation of people from friends and family in favor of Facebook and Twitter. ...
Science Daily. Thursday, 15 Feb 2018 12:50:11 EST.
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