Apple, Google, and a number of other browser makers have united to bring developers a single site for web standards documentation.
A variety of big name technology companies have partnered up with the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) to bring web developers a one-stop shop for web development questions.
The W3C and its partners hope the single database will make it easier for developers to understand standards and best practices for a variety of web tools.
"People in the web community including browser makers, authoring tool makers, and leading edge developers and designers, have tremendous experience and practical knowledge about the web," said W3C director Tim Berners-Lee in a statement.
"Web Platform Docs is an ambitious project where all of us who are passionate about the web can share knowledge and help one another."
The partnership will bring together all the major web browser companies. Opera, Google, Apple, and Mozilla will be some of the companies that will be offering standard documentations through Web Platform Docs.
Web Platform Docs is aimed at taking all the valuable information developers and publishers have put on the web to a single platform.
Partners working with Web Platform Docs say that the centralised information database will be able to help developers with cross-browser compatibility issues and finding a trusted site for web specification questions.
"Having a reliable source of information for modern, up to date best practices is a huge time saver for creative professionals and will allow them to focus on what they do best: creating," said senior director for the web platform for Adobe, Arno Goudrol.
Companies involved in the Web Platform Docs programme are also quick to point out the site is a community-driven Wiki and not a business venture.
"We don't want this to come across as the giants of the web telling everyone else what to do," said Opera web evangelists Chris Mills.
"It's your site. It's a wiki, so anyone can add to it and improve existing content."
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