The web can be a messy, messy place. With so many different browsers and standards and technologies, it can be a hard world for web developers and thus users alike. That’s why W3C, Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Nokia, Mozilla, and Opera have teamed up to launch a new website called “WebPlatform.org”, a portal for all the best HTML and CSS practices for developers.
The site comes complete with forums and an IRC channel to allow developers to talk among themselves and ask important questions. They’ve also set up a Wiki so developers can share their own tips and tricks.
The site also comes with some Docs provided by the W3C themselves. You can check out WebPlatform.org now, and watch the site’s launch video by clicking the “Read More” link below.