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On 5/10/2008 9:08 AM, Martin Schneider wrote:
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ww...Inline&group=0

Best regards,
Martin
Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.

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Jun 27 '08 #2

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David E. Ross wrote:
On 5/10/2008 9:08 AM, Martin Schneider wrote:
>http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ww...Inline&group=0

Best regards,
Martin

Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.
I don't know if OP's humor point was the...what was it, 57 errors...but
over in aww we've seen pages with validation errors in the several
hundreds.
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Jun 27 '08 #3

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David E. Ross schrieb:
On 5/10/2008 9:08 AM, Martin Schneider wrote:
>http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ww...Inline&group=0

Best regards,
Martin

Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.
I don't know about all the minor services on the web, but the multi
million dollar giant Google is unable to script compliant HTML???

Best regards,
Martin
Jun 27 '08 #4

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Martin Schneider scribed:
>David E. Ross schrieb:
>On 5/10/2008 9:08 AM, Martin Schneider wrote:
>>http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ww...Inline&group=0

Best regards,
Martin

Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.

I don't know about all the minor services on the web, but the multi
million dollar giant Google is unable to script compliant HTML???
I think their philosophy is that if it renders properly in IE/FF/Safari, why
spend the time and money to assure it validates.
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Jun 27 '08 #5

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On 05/11/08 01:12 pm, Martin Schneider wrote:
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Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.

I don't know about all the minor services on the web, but the multi
million dollar giant Google is unable to script compliant HTML???
They do not really care about their motto: "Do no harm."

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Jun 27 '08 #6

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Ed Jay schrieb:
Martin Schneider scribed:
>David E. Ross schrieb:
>>On 5/10/2008 9:08 AM, Martin Schneider wrote:
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ww...Inline&group=0

Best regards,
Martin
Actually, many dynamically generated Web pages -- Google, various news
services, etc -- are non-compliant with the W3C specifications.
I don't know about all the minor services on the web, but the multi
million dollar giant Google is unable to script compliant HTML???
I think their philosophy is that if it renders properly in IE/FF/Safari, why
spend the time and money to assure it validates.
Yes, and I think it's a nice try to render this feature filled Web-2.0
page on all this browsers....

Holger
Jun 27 '08 #7

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