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Question on W3C Validator

From: webmaster <webrankings@home.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 01:25:14 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <000a01c1770b$14915920$763b1418@olmpi1.wa.home.com>
To: <www-validator@w3.org>

We are building a National City Guide [ with the input from other webmasters ] and are building a ready made W3C validated pages to be used as a template. We would like to promote the W3C standard on any page associated with the guide. [ approx 450,000 pages within 18 month ]. We believe this will be a good way to educate new web developers on the importance of a global standard.

The question is we would like to have the W3C validator results only show that the page is validated and of course a link to the W3C home. We would prefer not showing the information under the congratulations statement. Is this possible? It would be of great benefit to all parties concerned. Please advise on your thoughts.

The National City Guide will be a free service to local communities [ the template preview can be seen at http://biogevity.biz/city-guide/city-guide.html which is for the city of Olympia, Washington ].  All pages associated with the template have already been validated.

Before we move the core of the guide to http://surfmeister.net. we would like to modify any neccessary changes to the HTML. We would like to know what you all think as soon as possible.

Cheers :-)

Hans Schnauber
Received on Saturday, 1 December 2001 13:57:06 UTC

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