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|Type of site||Web Development Portal|
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|Created by||Refsnes Data|
W3schools presents thousands of code examples. By using the online editor provided, readers can edit the examples and execute the code experimentally.
Criticism by W3Fools
W3Fools, a site launched in 2011, has criticized W3Schools, claiming the site contains inaccurate information that would mislead beginners and harm the web development community, as well as for providing certificates "whose value is highly debatable". The site also criticized W3Schools for failing to indicate that it was not affiliated with the W3C. The site lists many examples of inaccuracies found on W3Schools although some claims of those inaccuracies themselves are debatable.[unreliable source]
W3Schools has responded to this criticism, saying, they always appreciate suggestions on improving W3Schools and claimed to have fixed some, if not all, of the mentioned issues, although still not acknowledging on their front page that they are not associated with the W3C.
- W3Schools site - W3Schools homepage
- W3Schools forum - W3Schools forum on InvisionZone
- W3Schools (Chinese)[dead link] - W3Schools homepage (Chinese)
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