Hello,

Most of your INVALID errors are incorrect, have been for years. Other than possibly using the incorrect DOCTYPE , most of my coding is correct, yet considered invalid. Why even Google and Yahoo show errors according to your site. So what should we to be concerned with as far as what errors you show us?

How about establishing a more defined set of standards. Page validation is all over the map just like search engine ranking philosophy. After writing HTML for about 20 years lI think it's time to make 1 set of valid tags, regardless of browser.

For example:
<BODY MARGINHEIGHT="0" MARGINWIDTH="0" TOPMARGIN="0" RIGHTMARGIN="0" BOTTOMMARGIN="0" LEFTMARGIN="0">

These are all valid according to IE, but not according to you. Even though I'm a Firefox fanatic, I do care who my designs render in IE and Safari, but there needs to be one set of standards that all browsers can be happy with, once validation is completed.


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