Re: Proposal for developing HTML 5 materials for Web *authors*

Le 29 nov. 2007 à 14:42, Dean Edridge a écrit :
> The main page is not a very big file.  
> Changing it to a more interoperable/universal syntax would not make  
> it that much larger and would not be the end of the world. Other  
> Websites do not have problems conforming to a stricter standard.

Plus the fact that valid doesn't mean bigger. :) but that's unrelated.  
The initial argument of Ian was moot.

   Anyhow, the result is a valid HTML 4.01
   Strict file that is 3 902 bytes large.
   Google’s invalid kinda-HTML 2.something
   very-loose is 4 944 bytes. The valid and
   strict version is 1 042 bytes smaller.
   That’s 21 percent savings on bandwidth costs.

Karl Dubost - W3C
Be Strict To Be Cool

Received on Thursday, 29 November 2007 07:17:25 UTC