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RE: Nu Html Checker

From: O'Guin, Phaewryn <JDO09280@ccv.vsc.edu>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2018 14:45:17 +0000
To: www-validator Community <www-validator@w3.org>
Message-ID: <DM2PR0101MB0925BAA0AEF4D93C7FC820EACC8E0@DM2PR0101MB0925.prod.exchangelabs.com>
“I was not looking for a handicap unemployable comedian to make a reply on this forum.”

Well, we’re not looking for tireless trolls on this forum, but yet you seem to never cease to crawl out from under your bridge to proselytize and insult people. It’s amazing really, how a troll as cumbersome as yourself can haul his onerous deadweight up onto a soapbox and not have it collapse under the combined weight of the burdensome disposition and the cross you’re constantly bearing.

I was thinking more of “Yes we have or we are working on a robot validator, robots can send us a URL and they get back a automatic ranking as to how high they should rank the URL on their search list.” So the answer is simple you want bigger sales take the effort to make sure your website validates.

It’s not the job of the W3C to dictate how search engines rank websites. Perhaps Google or Yahoo has an email list you can go troll for a while? So far as the matter goes, the issue at hand is self-regulating: In the example you give, the burden of a website which some potential clients cannot access will in itself reduce the company’s sales due to reduced outreach – it is not necessary for an outside force to police the matter, their own negligence will reduce their sales by limiting their audience. It’s also not the entire internet’s problem that you refuse to use the best access method for accessing the internet.

I revel in informing you that the world does not, in fact, revolve around Eric Richards, and no one, literally, NO ONE is going to change the way they are doing things to make you happier, you sad, pathetic, angry man. No one cares about you or puts any value on your tirades. I’d say you are laughable, but for the fact that you’re so pathetic it almost feels like beating a man when he’s down, like insulting a disabled person.

The fact is, it is not as case of use the wrong tool to do a job, but the proof I have found if a URL passes the validator then it displays without any problems on cell phones.

It’s not the job of the W3C to police the internet. Website designers who are conscientious will exert the effort to make their webpages accessible for all, but this is an elective process. No one is forcing people to be conscientious, or even competent. The W3C does, however, have the power to police it’s email list, enforcing, if not conscientiousness, at least civility.


Regards,

Phaewryn (J.D.) O’Guin





From: Eric Richards <2eric.richards@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 8:23 PM - 20:23 PM
To: www-validator Community <www-validator@w3.org>
Subject: Re: Nu Html Checker


Thank you Philip

I was not looking for a handicap unemployable comedian to make a reply on this forum.

I was thinking more of “Yes we have or we are working on a robot validator, robots can send us a URL and they get back a automatic ranking as to how high they should rank the URL on their search list.” So the answer is simple you want bigger sales take the effort to make sure your website validates.

The fact is, it is not as case of use the wrong tool to do a job, but the proof I have found if a URL passes the validator then it displays without any problems on cell phones.

Eric

On Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 11:03 AM, Philip Taylor (RHUoL) <P.Taylor@rhul.ac.uk<mailto:P.Taylor@rhul.ac.uk>> wrote:



Eric Richards wrote:

So What has been done to fix up internet so my old cell phone can read ALL websites, ...

Eric, I think you are confused.  Cell 'phones are for making and receiving telephone calls; computers are for reading web sites (amongst other things).  If your cell 'phone cannot display something, try your computer -- you would not (I think) complain if your hammer was not very good at driving screws, so why not adopt the same philosophy for telephones ?

Philip Taylor

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