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Re: Newbie question about W3C images

From: JohnTNYC <johntnyc@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 1999 02:44:10 -0500
Message-ID: <005601bf3fbd$afa10f00$b1643ad0@nyr.cable.rcn.com>
To: "Aijaz A.Ansari" <aijaz@enoor.com>, <www-validator@w3.org>

I know of no W3C icon that fulfills your needs.  So, I created a nice
non-W3C icon that you are more than welcome to use on your site.  It
simply says that your HTML4 work is in progress.  It is the same size as
the W3C HTML4 icon, so when you are ready, you can swap it out.


IMAGE SIZE: 88 x 31 Pixels
PALETTE: 19 colors (browser-safe)
FILE SIZE: 1,448 bytes
FILE FORMAT: GIF 89a (Non-Interlaced)
NAME: iconHTML4progress.gif

----- Original Message -----
From: "Aijaz A.Ansari" <aijaz@enoor.com>
To: <www-validator@w3.org>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 1999 12:13 AM
Subject: Newbie question about W3C images

Hello there.

I have just started to use the W3C HTML Validation Service with a web
(www.qss.org) that I work on that has about 1500 different pages.  Not
all of
these pages validate cleanly (yet), but I'm trying to get there so that
I can
have the server automatically display the icon on all pages instead of
track of which pages validate and which don't.

For convenience, right now I don't display the icon on all pages, but in
hyperlink I display the string "W3C Validator".  This provides an easy
way for
me to call the referer validator as I visit various pages.

My question is: Is there some other icon or image that can be used for
situations like this while I'm working on getting the pages to validate?
motivation is to make the visitors to the site aware of the issue and to
them that this is one of the goals we're striving towards.



                 ENoor(TM) - making the Web work for you.

(image/gif attachment: iconHTML4progress.gif)

Received on Monday, 6 December 1999 02:45:08 UTC

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