The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was established in 1994 to lead the Web to its full potential by developing standards to promote its evolution and assure interoperability. Validating web page compliance with W3C, WAI/WCAG, Section 508, internationalization and Mobile Web standards, guidelines and best practices insures that all users have consistent and equal access to the resources of your site:
A core requirement of the Semantic Web or "Web 3.0" is that website content be accessible and comprehensible to both Man and Machine, which makes standards compliance mandatory. W3C-compliant web pages can be properly read and interpreted regardless of what user agent might be employed: mashups and other web apps, graphical and text browsers, text-to-speech synthesizers and translators, or site robots and search engine spiders.
Do you want W3C-compliant web pages that are Web 3.0-ready and search-friendly?
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