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FW: W3C HTML validity

From: John Freeman <J.Freeman@wansbeck.gov.uk>
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2007 18:54:11 -0500
Message-ID: <54E6BC72C4D2A04197E7F3B8FA6E8B95015B2E9A@eos.wansbeck.gov.uk>
To: <site-comments@w3.org>
I work in the IT Department at Wansbeck District Council. We use your
Markup Validation Service to ensure that our website is Valid Strict
HTML. We are currently evaluating Search Engine products for our site
but are struggling to find one that is been written so that it is valid
HTML. I thought I would see what W3C were using and I see that you are
using Google. The Google search product does not actually satisfy the
validation criteria for valid HTML or XHTML as far as I can see
As this is an issue we are looking at I was wondering what your thoughts
are on this as I would have thought this is something the W3C would have
avoided if possible?
John F
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