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W3C Links - Composite image okay?

From: Peter Compton <pmc@locusys.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 01:52:53 -0800
Message-ID: <44211E75.6070601@locusys.com>
To: www-validator@w3.org
TWIMC:

Hope this is okay:

I got our site at www.locusys.com compliant with
the W3C specs - HTML Transitional and CSS - and
wanted to brag about it, but didn't have space
for two full-sized link images, so built a new
composite image and image-mapped it with links to
both W3C validation services.

I've attached a little HTML transitional example-page
with the mapping code, and the image.

If anyone else can use this or a similar idea (and
if it doesn't violate W3C's artistic and/or functional
sensibilities), then the idea and image are yours to
play with.

If you object to the approach for some reason, I'll
yank the composite images/links off the LocuSys site.

Best regards,

Peter Compton






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