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Re: Need Help Regarding Html

From: Andre-John Mas <ajmas@sympatico.ca>
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 08:51:21 -0400
Message-Id: <EF25EBA7-EB81-4B7F-9509-E200A6F7CE84@sympatico.ca>
To: W3org <www-validator@w3.org>


Looking at the source of your page I would highly recommend that you use
CSS. While using a style sheet definition would be best, a quick and
dirty way is to use the 'style' attribute. For example:

   style="background: #30414E; margin: 0 0 0 0;"

I have started using XHTML myself, so for things like the script element
I use the CDATA for the source, though in HTML you should be escaping
things appropriately.

What you need to pay attention to is that certain attributes in HTML are
browser specific and not supported by the official specification. A good
reference is available here:


You should avoid using any tags that mention MS or NS, since they are
browser specific.

In addition to the W3C validator you might find the "HTML Validator"  
for Firefox handy:


I use both tools to make sure my sites are correct.


On 28-Mar-08, at 02:07 , Sandeep wrote:
> Hi,
> This is Sandeep, I am an web designer.
> I had gone through the Html Validator and Css Validator provided by  
> w3.org
> My Website Url is : www.sandeepthi.com
> When I validate my website I found that in css there are no bugs.
> As in Html coding I am getting some bugs.
> Mainly, I am aware to see some bugs like :
> In <table left spacing=0,….>
> Its showing that left spacing is not used in table and also height.
> I request you to help me in this process, according to w3 we have to  
> keep them or not.
> Have a Nice Day.
> Thanks & Regards,
> G.V.Sandeep,
> Web Designer,
> Etisbew Technology Group
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