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  • InsnWizard
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    1. Fix what you can yourself.
    2. Rewrite the entire web site yourself.
    3. Go back to number 1 and live with the rest.

    Not all of the errors are as critical as wc3 makes out all the time and unless you do number 2 your just going to have them.
    Sometimes it's as easy as changing "
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">" to something else.

    SWC3 takes a lot of it's cues from it.

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  • Brtp4
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    W3C Coding Validation: something to address?

    Running my atomic-moto.com site through this:

    The W3C Markup Validation Service

    Yields 150+ errors. I have always had concerns about the quality of code, but no real way to tell. I ran a few other sites through and they all have far, far fewer issues. Any thoughts?

    BP
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