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From: Chris Sharman <chris.sharman@ccagroup.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 10:03:09 +0000
Message-ID: <3FD9925D.5010204@ccagroup.co.uk>
To: www-validator@w3.org

Nice tool, thanks.
I realise it doesn't do javascript, and to try, in the general case, 
would be a huge undertaking.

However, I'd see it as a significant improvement it it processed any 
strings found in <body onload=MM_preloadImages('img1',...)> or similar 
(thereby better supporting popular web authoring tools). I daresay the 
even more dreaded Frontpage does something similar.

I'm not a fan of Dreamweaver, but I do have to work with the pages it 
produces, and I know a lot of authors do; so would it be possible to 
process a few popular Dreamweaver/Frontpage constructs, like the above.

I suspect many authors don't even know Dreamweaver's writing javascript 
for them - they're just writing a page with rollovers ...



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