A brief history of the W3C

Most will recognise that every website that they have ever visited starts with WWW which people might seemingly see as simply a part of how websites are supposed to have on it. However, the reason why those three letters are always there is because the creator of Tim Berners-Lee wanted to make sure that the creation a standard that all users will use that would make it easier for the use of creating websites as well as making it easier for users to visit any site they want without any worry.

Web Design Malaysia agencies will credit this rule in making the use of creating and designing websites and how it is accessible or streamlined due to the organisation that helps to maintain this standard.

That organisation being the World Wide Web Consortium which has set the standard to this day and has even develop new tools for web design.

Tim Berners-Lee started the consortium because developers would create their version of HTML would only work with the specific browsers that were sold as well which created a lot of problems for not only users who would have to have multiple browsers to visit certain websites but also limit creators and companies when they decided to develop their websites using these versions of HTML.

It is because of this that Tim Berners-Lee created this and brought along corporations that agreed with his mission and created W3C in order to standardise various web languages like HTML, XML and CSS. In the modern day, W3C has created and innovated old languages that allows for new creative designs and styles for websites.

HTML5 allows for more versatility in how content is displayed on a website and CSS3 made Flash obsolete by making more leaps in terms of animation and allowing more utility through the application of Responsive Web Designs.