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"Valid XHTML" Images

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Just a thought: what if you posted the W3C's "Valid XHTML" images on a
webpage that doesn't even use XHTML? Or with a Valid CSS thing. What
could the W3C do to you anyway? Maybe I'll do that just to spite them.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Dante wrote:
Just a thought: what if you posted the W3C's "Valid XHTML" images on a
webpage that doesn't even use XHTML? Or with a Valid CSS thing. What
could the W3C do to you anyway? Maybe I'll do that just to spite them.


The W3C does nothing, it will make you look like an idiot. The buttons
aren't really good anyway, maybe someone here has the link to Jukka
Korpela's opinion?

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Anne van Kesteren
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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Anne van Kesteren said:
Just a thought: what if you posted the W3C's "Valid XHTML" images on a
webpage that doesn't even use XHTML? Or with a Valid CSS thing. What
could the W3C do to you anyway? Maybe I'll do that just to spite them.
The W3C does nothing, it will make you look like an idiot. The buttons
aren't really good anyway, maybe someone here has the link to Jukka
Korpela's opinion?


http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/html/validation.html
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brucie
02/January/2004 06:59:02 pm kilo
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Anne van Kesteren <ma**@annevankesteren.nl> wrote in message news:<bt**********@reader10.wxs.nl>...
The buttons
aren't really good anyway, maybe someone here has the link to Jukka
Korpela's opinion?


http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/html/...tion.html#icon

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David Håsäther
Jul 20 '05 #4

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"Dante" <pi******@reno.com> wrote in message
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Just a thought: what if you posted the W3C's "Valid XHTML" images on a
webpage that doesn't even use XHTML? Or with a Valid CSS thing. What
could the W3C do to you anyway? Maybe I'll do that just to spite them.


If the result - intended or not - is that a few crappy HTML idiots find out
how to code better and their webpages improve, I'm all for it.
Jul 20 '05 #5

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