Monday, March 10, 2003
An interesting article about Web standards compliance? Yep. At W3C, few practice what they preach: "[A] vast majority of the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) member home pages do not pass the standards body's own test for compliance with W3C recommendations." Wonders study author Marko Karppinen in an IM interview with CNET staff writer Paul Festa, "The authoring companies...are pouring millions into the development of (Adobe's) GoLive and (Macromedia's) DreamWeaver—why are these tools producing invalid markup by default?"
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