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From: Info <info@janorsolutions.com>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 09:48:14 -0700
To: www-validator@w3.org
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All of the pages that I develop are always certified to meet W3C HTML 4.01
Strict and CSS2 standards. I am very proud do display the logos on the sites
that I produce. I do, however, get complaints from some clients that they
think the logos clash with the design of the site.

What kind of rules and regulations are in place governing the use of logos?
Is it possible for me to create a graphic that will go with the design of a
particular client, and still use the text from your logos, then use this
image as the appropriate link to the valuator? How about just editing the
color of the logos that you provide?

I am definitely one of those who think that all sites should meet standards
and that those who don't know what the standards are, and/or don't care,
should not be allowed to develop sites. So I think that it is very important
that those of us who follow standards should say so, but at the same time we
have to keep our clients happy.

Norm Allison

Systems Architect - Janor Solutions Inc.

http://www.janorsolutions.com <http://www.janorsolutions.com/>  

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