In addition to attending W3C events such as Workshops and Talks, supporters of open, royalty-free standards can help promote Web technologies through the activities listed below. We welcome your new ideas as well.
The W3C community provides a great service through volunteer translations of technical reports, press releases, and other documentation. You can search the translations database and volunteer your own translation (or collaborate with someone else wishing to translate the same document). Thanks to all those who help keep W3C an international organization.
W3C makes a number of tools available to help people build sites that work with standards. The most popular is the W3C validator service but we encourage you to check out the others as well, and let us know about other tools that encourage support for standards.
We invite you to show your support for standards by displaying the W3C or any of the many other logos made available by W3C; please see the usage policy.
W3C has chartered groups to conduct education and outreach in these areas:
In addition, educators may find the following resources produced by other parties useful:
We appreciate the efforts of other organizations to promote Web standards, including: