The World Wide Web Consortium invites for implementation of HTML 5.2

8 Aug 2017

The World Wide Web Consortium's Platform Working Group invites for the implementations of HTML 5.2 Candidate Recommendation.This specification defines the 5th major version, second minor revision of the core language of the World Wide Web: the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). It also calls for stronger implementation of the Encrypted Media Extensions recommendations made by W3C earlier in March 2017. These standards also might have implications for accessibility, particularly for persons with disabilities [link]

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Web standards are a set of formal standards and technical specifications for the world wide web. They ensure that content is accessible across devices and configurations, and therefore provide the core rules for developing websites.

According to UN estimates, there are 1 billion people with disabilities in the world. The factors that contribute to increasing this number include war and destruction by natural as well as human causes; poverty and unhealthy living conditions; and the absence of knowledge about disability, its causes, prevention, and treatment. The Internet provides new possibilities for social inclusion and for safeguarding the rights of persons with disabilities.

 

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