As part of its mission to ensure that the Web is available to all, W3C seeks a presence in communities around the world. W3C works to engage regional communities in this global effort.
If your organization is not a W3C Member, please send questions about W3C Membership to email@example.com.
If your organization is already a W3C Member, please refer to the Member Web site for assistance.
If you have a question about a specification or technology, please have a look at specification reviews and public feedback. You may also wish to contact a W3C group or someone on the W3C staff with a technical question. There are also a number of discussion lists.
W3C Regional contacts map (full size)
Often, people look in the source code of a Web page for clues about who owns or created the page. Many pages on the Web include mention of W3C; see our Webmaster FAQ for an explanation. However, W3C did not create these pages unless they are on w3.org. Furthermore, W3C cannot help you find who owns or created these pages.
If you hit a technical problems, please refer to our FAQ about the W3C Website.
If, after reviewing the above, you are uncertain where to direct your question, please use our feedback list and we will direct you to the proper forum.