Talk about my passion and things, and how we’re a SharePoint / web company.
Give a quick verbal introduction to the W3C Status Levels after the first point. Generally, the document maturity process is as follows: It first starts off as a Working Draft (WD), where the W3C publishes the draft for review by the community, W3C Member, the public, and other technical organizations. After WD, it falls in the Recommendation Track. In this process, the first level is Candidate Recommendation (CR). A CR is a document the W3C believes has been widely reviewed and satisfies the Working Group’s technical requirements. W3C Publishes a CR to get information on implementation experience. If it passes the CR level, it becomes a Proposed Recommendation (PR). A PR is a mature technical report that has been widely reviewed for technical soundness and implement-ability. W3C sends the report to the W3C Advisory Committee for final endorsement. Lastly, the specification becomes a W3C Recommendation (REC). This is a specification that has received the endorsement of the W3C members and the director. W3C Recommends the wide deployment of its Recommendations, though it’s safe to implement something of a PR maturity level so as long as your target audience browsers support it’s features.
Remember to note: CSS2 even brought fourth font downloading, though it was removed in CSS 2.1, however, though being implemented again in CSS3’s Font Module.
CSS 2.1 is intended to replace CSS, despite it only ever being as high as a Candidate Recommendation with the W3C.
At this time, no module has reached Recommendation status, only W3C Candidate Recommendation (CR). It’s important to note though that a W3C Candidate Recommendation , which means the specification has been widely reviewed and W3C recommends that it be implemented.
Don’t say IE is last place, say it nicely. Chrome is ahead of the pack but IE is catching up IE 9, which looks quite promising.
Say ‘So, since we saw compatibility isn’t all there just yet, how can we do these things today? JQuery…