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[Bug 8002] outpost personal firewall plugin "Ads" (Adware remover) replaces "valid W3C"-logo embedded in an <a>-Element with the text "[AD-Size]" if the using the correct image-size-attributes width="88" height="31".

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Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2009 13:03:09 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Arnim Jablonowski <aja@orcus.de>  2009-10-23 13:03:09 ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> I don't think there's anything the validator should even try to do about this. 
> If a user chooses to use a product that does (or is configured to do) things
> like this to certain sized images, they get what they asked for.

Hmm ... so it's ok - from your point of view - that the "this is a web-site
that cares about the standards" - will not be visible to lot's of visitors.

I guess there could/should be some sort of hint at least that using the correct
extension will hide the logo from users...

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