DOM Scripting Task Force
The DOM Scripting Task Force is an autonomous working group of the Web Standards Project. Our mission is to bring scripting up to parity with XHTML and CSS as a useful and necessary tool for building accessible, user-centric, standards-based web sites.
The DOM Scripting Task Force’s first principles and mission.
The definitions used by the Task force for terms such as DHTML, Ajax and unobtrusive scripting.
The Web Standards Project is a grassroots coalition fighting for standards which ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.
Recent Task Force Buzz
By Jeremy Keith | February 20th, 2008
The task force has had a good run: my sincerest thanks go out to my fellow task force members. There’s plenty of more work ahead of us. At the same time as we bid farewell to the DOM Scripting Task Force, we greet DOM Scripting as one of the core technologies championed by the Web Standards Project.
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