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Validating XHTML straight from the site

From: AOE media GmbH - Kian T. Gould <gould@aoemedia.de>
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 15:32:11 +0100
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To: <www-validator@w3.org>

Good morning W3C community

Tonight I had an idea for a relative simple script that would be really
great to use on any clients website, interested in the W3C Validity of
their site.

My idea was to create a little button like we find it on so many sites
proclaiming W3C validity but instead of it just linking to the W3C
Validator and then showing the results of the check in a new window I
would like it to work with AJAX and to do a direct checkup on
validator.w3c.org and show a green icon, this site is valid XHTML 1.0
Transitional with a date and time (does everyone get what I mean?). I
think this would be a great little tool for any website.

Is anyone interested in supporting me in this effort, I would be willing
to offer funding for it too.

Looking forward to your replies.
Regards
Kian


AOE media GmbH
c/o Kian Toyouri Gould
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