Working together for standards The Web Standards Project


Our learn section contains: information, instruction, articles, references, and resources on the topic of Web standards.

What are web standards and why should I use them? (FAQ)

New to Standards? A good place to start would be our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. Learn about web standards and find out about the advantages of using Web standards.


WaSP tutorials are produced by WaSP members to show techniques and teach Web standards to Web designers and developers of all experience levels.

Articles and Interviews

See what others are saying about Web standards. We interview designers who have worked on big name site redesigns, we ask the W3C your questions about Web standards issues, and we offer links to articles by others about Web standards.

Reference Materials

In our reference materials section we have character and color charts, copy and paste HTML and XHTML conforming templates, and a list of recommended books.

External Resources

WaSP put together a list of several external resources related to Web standards from Accessiblity to XML for web designers and developers.

The Web Standards Project is a grassroots coalition fighting for standards which ensure simple, affordable access to web technologies for all.

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