While making this webpage I kept checking the validators (for css and markup) and it all came up fine.
Another reason why so many large sites have invalid markup: they usually have some sort of content management system (CMS) for publishing.
I am having trouble validating this page and would greatly appreciate some help. I need to make sure my site is validated with XHTML but i don't think Dreamweaver is doing it right. I'm not sure whether it works in IE7 or IE8, because it won't install on my computer!
I made one page and it said it was all good but i left some span tags open. And I'm not bothered about IE6 because it's just old.
Link to the page in question: Just view the source to see what I'm talking about.
But yes, that of course does solve the problem nicely.
I used it to create a rollover navigation bar for my site (see link at the end of this post).
2."Because this can be a bit of a hassle..." Not at all, with my url encoder.
Hi everybody, Most Html and CSS tutorials, especially the one found on Site Point, recommend having our code validated by W3C, I checked a dozen of websites, including Site Point website, none was validated. :confused: Only that most people are lazy and ignorant. Validation is an aid – one of many – to ensure good quality.