Okay, I know I am raising question onto thing which isn't good at all but, I have heard things about w3c validator some SEO people say that no matter how correct you code is until or unless you didn't pay them they keep showing errors over your code and once you pay them they will not show any of the error ! So, my question over here is, it true or just some misconception that some SEO people throw to hide their .... ?

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What is W3C validation and how can we ensure that our website will display correctly in all browsers that support standards will display correctly in all browsers that support W3C standards?

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What is the Need Of W3C validations for a Sites.

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Hey Everyone... I have run a W3C test and one of my wordpress blog has a lot of errors & warning.. Now the point is that all my blogs are in php and the corrections from W3C come for html. Can anybody tell me where exactly to go in my cpanel or blog to correct the errors & warning from w3c? Thanks in advance...

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Hi there, Is there a workaround for -moz-border-radius: and -webkit-border-radius: which will then be validated by W3C CSS? Thanks for your help. Kind regards John

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Does W3C, or anybody, have a way to validate JavaScript similar to the way you can validate HTML and CSS? I'm not talking form validation. I mean literally check to see if all of my JS is "grammatically" correct.

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I'm really surprised that many webmasters do not understand fully THE HUGE point here, really surprised. The point IS NOT if search engines care W3C validation or if customers care W3C validation (they have probably no idea). Maybe webmasters are too much focused in the job in the profession and into please customers… this is legit of course… but we all sometimes forget that at stake there is also internet and technology development to be considered for the future. We all care in the immediate in the short period of time of the small thing of the detail of the …

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Does anyone know where I can find a complete list of DOM/DHTML event types documented? I'm trying to learn more about advanced event handling in JavaScript and I'd like to find lists of event types that I can attach/add event listeners to. I've been searching around and I've found a few resources, but nothing that seems complete. Here's what I've found so far: [list] [*][b]W3C[/b]: [url]http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-DOM-Level-2-Events-20001113/events.html#Events-eventgroupings[/url] [*][b]MDC[/b]: [url]https://developer.mozilla.org/En/DOM/Event.type[/url] [*][b]MSDN[/b]:[url]http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms533022(VS.85).aspx#unknown_1[/url] [*][b]quirksmode[/b]: [url]http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/events/index.html[/url] [/list] Thank you. -- Ghodmode [url]http://www.ghodmode.com[/url]

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The [URL="http://www.w3.org"]W3C HTML Working Group[/URL] has published the first [URL="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/html5/"]public draft[/URL] of HTML 5, itself being the first real upgrade to the language of the web for more than 10 years. Don't get too excited though, as the final specification for the language is not expected to get approval until at least 2010. However, when it does, if this draft is anything to go by, then there are some interesting times ahead as HTML gets a firm boot into new world of web multimedia with supporting APIs for embedding and controlling audio as well as controlling two dimensional video content, …

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Tim Berners-Lee has a [URL="http://dig.csail.mit.edu/breadcrumbs/blog/4"]blog [/URL]that is, more often than not, worth reading. Certainly that has been the case over the weekend as the inventor of the World Wide Web has been talking about reinventing HTML. Referring to the W3C HTML group Berners-Lee admits that it is important to have real developers on the ground “involved fully with the development of HTML” and just as important to have browser client developers involved and committed. In his all encompassing vision, Berners-Lee goes on to say that users and user companies and makers of related products should also be involved. Which all …

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It has been a busy week for both [URL="http://www.w3.org"]W3C [/URL]and anyone who is serious about XML. The [URL="http://www.w3.org/XML/Core/"]W3C XML Core Working Group[/URL] has published the fourth edition of XML 1.0, and second editions of XML 1.1 and Namespaces in XML 1.0 and 1.1. Forming, as they do, the bedrock for W3C-defined technologies used in the querying, transforming, displaying, encrypting, and optimizing of XML their importance cannot be overestimated. As well as correcting ‘all known errata’ according to a W3C release, the revised specifications also clarify where before there was ‘potential for misunderstanding’ although I have to admit I have yet …

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