Important Of Web Standards

The benefits of this were the developers knew what they were planning, the user does not have to worry about which browsers they use, and more time can be spent on addressing bugs and security breaches.

After a series of standards, universal for all sites, ensures that no matter what is displayed on the site, or what is displayed with this browser, it will look the same. Universal standards says that browsers can be built to know what to expect from Web sites. This means not only that work in all browsers current Internet, but the sites are built will be better in the future, until standards are maintained.

It sounds simple enough, but in the 90's, Internet Explorer and Netscape are started ignoring web standards, instead of seeking functions that would give them an advantage on this to add.

Internet standards relate to site design guidelines and specifications applicable to construction. This affects the software tools used to create the site. Tools for web design and software are a huge industry that standards are important, but it's on the user experience, what it should be the main concern.

The results were pages that had only appear correctly in the browser, developers with multiple pages for different browsers develop specific websites only display correctly on a certain version of a browser, an increase of insects security holes, such as development and functions of quality time away.

It also led to increasing calls for standardization, and once a dominant Internet Explorer was created, became a W3C standards like XML and CSS further stated definitely.

When the second browser wars, all browsers adhere to these standards, so the competition has become the browser can offer the best user experience. This led to features such as tabbed browsing, enhanced for Java and read more customization options.

Hopefully, these standards maintained in the future, new technologies or developments will be in working with Standards Internet.


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