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From: kb8qeu <kb8qeu@suddenlink.net>
Date: Wed, 04 Mar 2009 13:13:01 -0500
Message-ID: <49AEC4AD.9000305@suddenlink.net>
To: www-validator@w3.org, kb8qeu@suddenlink.net
It is aparent that W3C does not know HTM 4.0 languahe. I tested a page 
just now and is perfect. However, the "validator" says there were 
warnings and errors in it. Kept sugesting CSS and Xhtml junk.

Its the validator site which in in error using java and style sheets! 
Which is not HTM protocols.

I looked at the valadating page andsaw many errors in it!

If you want to look at my page go to http://pages.suddenlink.net/kb8qeu/ 
and see for yourself that it is perfect htm coding.

It is those pages that has Java, stylesheets, ablets, <span></span>, and 
other non-htm coding, that prevents 70 to 75 precent internet users from 
using the internet. Of those there is 60 to 70 precent relys on other 
world wide networks that does not rely on GUI.

I've been involved in computers since 77 when the first "PC" came out as 
Personal Electronic Terminal came out in kit form. And had the one ofthe 
first five BBS's up and operational in 81.

So I'm tired of the deviation of the HTM coding from the origional 
wordstar inbeded codings, which is the engin of htm codes.

Well thanks for letting me vent.
Received on Thursday, 5 March 2009 10:33:46 UTC

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