Re: Use of validation icon

On Tue, 21 Jun 2005 wrote:

> Just so I don't get off to a bad start I want to check if what I am doing is OK. My site ( is published dynamically and to get it W3c friendly I need to alter a number of factors in perl code software of the shopping cart that drives it. I coded the "W3c valid logo" onto the footer of the page as an easy way to check how I'm doing and how many errors have been reduced. 
> When not working on the site I take this footer off (except on valid content) but reading the rules I see that use of W3c logo is very strict. 
> Perhaps I can change the image to something like "transitional W3c testing" if this is not an approved way of testing a site but I do find this method very convienant.
> Please advise how best testing via the logo can be done without breaking any rules.

Instead of the logo, use a browser tool such as the Web Developer 
Extension for Mozilla/Firefox:

Liam Quinn

Received on Wednesday, 22 June 2005 23:59:23 UTC