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Danish companies and the use of W3C standards (new survey)

From: Soren Johannessen <hal@ae35-unit.dk>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 12:03:27 +0100
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After I have publish (2004-02-28) my danish survey about
governmental/national/municipal authorities and their use of W3C standards
(HTML/XHTML standards). Then I have got some e-mails with the question
"What about Danish private companies and the W3C standards?". I have now
made a minor survey about this issue. 

I have made a test on the 250 largest Danish companies home pages.
The picture is

62 % is missing the DOCTYPE-Declaration
25 % have problems with encoding

Only one company  did  follow the W3C standard 100 %. This gives 0.4 % of
all the 250 tested home pages

Danish companies and the use of W3C standards (2004-03-16)
English summary and major findings can be viewed at 
http://www.ae35-unit.dk/standard/danishcompanies.html 

Soren Johannessen
Received on Tuesday, 16 March 2004 06:03:30 GMT

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