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Re: Free hosting services append invalid HTML ads

From: Terje Bless <link@pobox.com>
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 10:44:08 +0200
To: W3C Validator <www-validator@w3.org>
cc: "Michael D. Crawford" <crawford@goingware.com>, W3C QA IG <www-qa@w3.org>
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Michael D. Crawford <crawford@goingware.com> wrote:

>At least one free web hosting service appends HTML advertisements to
>members' pages that cause otherwise valid HTML documents to no longer
>validate.

Perhaps this would be a good thing for a "QA Outreach" person to take in
hand? Or the Conformance Manager (Hi QArl). :-)

Getting certain key places to use valid HTML should have a good
cost/benefit ratio. Free hosting services, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, etc.,
are all good candidates. Valid HTML there might encourage valid HTML in
everyone who looks to the "big sites" for the standard.


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