The Mozilla Developer Network is the most comprehensive and accurate resource for Web development, as written by you, the developers.
We are an open community dedicated to building resources for a better web, regardless of brand, browser, or platform. Anyone can contribute, and each person who does so makes us stronger. Together, we can continue to drive innovation on the Web to serve the greater good. It starts here, with you.
Here are some of the most important links to help you get started with MDN.
- MDN home page
- The main MDN page.
- How to help
- A guide to how to find things that need your help to make MDN better.
- MDN documentation mailing list
- The mailing list on which MDN writers share ideas and discuss plans.
- MDN writers on IRC
- The IRC channel for chatting about writing documentation on MDN. If you're not familiar with IRC, Mozilla offers a guide, including information about IRC client software you can use.