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Chapter Two. Designing and Building with... > The Web Standards Project: Portabili...

The Web Standards Project: Portability in Action

The Web Standards Project (WaSP) [2.10] launched in 1998 to persuade Netscape, Microsoft, and other browser makers to thoroughly support the standards discussed in this book. It took time, persistence, and strategy (a.k.a. yelling, whining, and pleading), but eventually browser makers bought into The WaSP's view that interoperability via common standards was an absolute necessity if the web was to move forward.

2.10. The Web Standards Project's home page as seen in Chimera, a Gecko-based browser for Mac OS X (www.webstandards.org). Its CSS layout looks the same in all modern, standards-compliant browsers. But wait, there's more!



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