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Short Take: W3C recommends HTML 3.2

The World Wide Web Consortium has issued an official recommendation that the HTML 3.2 standard be adopted by the Internet industry. The HTML 3.2 specification was first introduced by the W3C in May to improve page elements such as tables, text flow around images, superscripts, and subscripts. The recommendation means that HTML 3.2 has been reviewed by all of W3C members and can now be used to create Web sites.

The World Wide Web Consortium has issued an official recommendation that the HTML 3.2 standard be adopted by the Internet industry. The HTML 3.2 specification was first introduced by the W3C in May to improve page elements such as tables, text flow around images, superscripts, and subscripts. The recommendation means that HTML 3.2 has been reviewed by all of W3C members and can now be used to create Web sites.