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    W3C Compliant


    Hey, saw the W3C logo at the bottom, don't know if it was always there, but props to that, if everyone followed that, i think we might solve many global issues, like world hunger.
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    Re: W3C Compliant

    Quote Originally Posted by qub333
    Hey, saw the W3C logo at the bottom, don't know if it was always there, but props to that, if everyone followed that, i think we might solve many global issues, like world hunger.
    As cryptic as some of those w3c error messages are, it's a chore to convert sites. Starting off w3c compliant and staying that way is DEFINATELY the easiest way to go.
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    I just support it because one time i 'inhereted' a site and GOOD GOD is all i can say.....ug *shiver* I practiacly re wrote the thing from scratch.........*wimper* the html was more like hey i can put a tag here and here and here and here....
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