If you want to contribute, fork the Git-Repro (frontendnetwork/faq (opens in a new tab)) and create a new document under
<title of your page>.md.
You can also change existing doc-pages. Just click on "Edit" on the corresponding page. Then just open a pull request and we'll review your page and add it.
Please write your changes in Markdown (opens in a new tab).
- Create a new page (source/ → new file → .md file)
- Edit files
Please don't open issues but instead directly make a Pull Request with your edits/new creations.
If you want to add your meta-extensions to the WhatWG-Wiki, please register on WHATWG Wiki (opens in a new tab). To request an account, ask an autoconfirmed user on Chat (opens in a new tab). Then go to Registry
<meta name> (opens in a new tab), edit the page and add your meta tag (in alphabetical order!).
You can link to our site for the documentation of your meta-tag.
Just send an e-mail to email@example.com, informing the W3 about the meta-tag you added to the WHATWG Wiki, their purpose, and state that you added them to the WHATWG Wiki. In newer versions of the W3 Validator, this is not necessary anymore.
All security issues and vulnerabilites regarding this repo which are fixed or in the process of being fixed are listed on the philip.media Responsible vulnerability disclosure acknowledgements (opens in a new tab).
All text and code in this repository is licensed under CC-BY 4.0 (opens in a new tab) besides the aboved named licenses for dependencies.