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Re: Validation

From: David Dorward <david@dorward.me.uk>
Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2009 10:44:51 +0000
Message-ID: <49AFAD23.6080509@dorward.me.uk>
To: kb8qeu <kb8qeu@suddenlink.net>
CC: www-validator@w3.org
kb8qeu wrote:
> It is aparent that W3C does not know HTM 4.0 languahe. I tested a page
> just now and is perfect. However, the "validator" says there were
> warnings and errors in it. Kept sugesting CSS and Xhtml junk.

More likely, you are confusing "HTML 4.0" with "What errors commonly
used browsers tend to recover from".

> Its the validator site which in in error using java and style sheets!
> Which is not HTM protocols.

JavaScript and CSS embedded in a webpage using script and style elements
or intrinsic event and style attributes must follow the rules for those
elements and attributes.

> I looked at the valadating page andsaw many errors in it!

If you think you have found errors with the client side code at
http://validator.w3.org/ - then please file specific bug reports rather
then simply claiming "many errors". I doesn't seem likely that they have
a significant number of problems.

> If you want to look at my page go to http://pages.suddenlink.net/kb8qeu/
> and see for yourself that it is perfect htm coding.

No, I wouldn't describe that as perfect.

> It is those pages that has Java, stylesheets, ablets, <span></span>, and
> other non-htm coding, that prevents 70 to 75 precent internet users from
> using the internet. 

No. It is perfectly possible to remain accessible while using modern
technologies - they just have to be used correctly.

(Please direct follow-ups to the www-validator mailing list, and not
directly to me)
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David Dorward                               <http://dorward.me.uk/>
Received on Thursday, 5 March 2009 10:45:46 GMT

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