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Re: Transparent replacement "Valid XHTML 1.0" badge

From: Mr Israel Steinmetz <MrData@mail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2000 18:09:50 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <38FF801D.F0C1F36B@mail.com>
To: www-validator@w3.org
Dear WWW-Validator Mailing List,

> Do you also correct the colors to the nearest 216 browser safe palette
> version?

Yay! Someone is mentioning the 216 color safety palette! Please, please!
Create the icons in this palette. They won't look any different to those
with computers that display thousands or more colors, but they'll look
better on computers that display 256 or less colors.

I've attached the corrected XML 1.0 and XHTML 1.0 GIF icons to this
E-mail. They're small, transparent, and 216 colors. I give them merely
as an example of what we need, for all of the various markup languages,
for all of the various graphical file formats. However, feel free to use
them as you wish.

I just did a quick job on the conversion, so the icons contain
unnoticeable imperfections. But, since I'm just converting a small
sample out of all of the badges, since Gerald Oskoboiny will probably
fix the whole bunch himself some day, and since the best way to get good
quality images is to start with the safety palette from the very
beginning, these should serve very well.

Sincerely,
Israel Steinmetz
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Received on Thursday, 20 April 2000 19:42:36 GMT

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