Have you ever accessed a website from different computers and noticed that its appearance and functionality had changed from one platform to the next? These anomalies often occur when web developers neglect to follow the guidelines set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
The W3C standards exist to allow websites to look and function the same on as many different operating systems (Windows, Macintosh, Unix/Linux) and delivery platforms (multiple web browsers, mobile devices) as possible – and we’ll teach you how to apply these rules to your own work as a web designer.
Our web standards courses help you learn how to design, code, and deploy websites so that your content is the same regardless of where and how it’s being viewed. As you learn the proper optimization techniques and understand how the functions developed by the W3C work, you’ll be able to make sure your (or your company’s) message gets across loud and clear.