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Total Validation

If you’re interested in validating your web pages, you’ve probably used the W3C’s XHTML and CSS validators. Another option is Total Validator, which not only validates your page’s HTML, but can check it for accessibility and broken links, spelling, as well as provide screenshots of the page in a host of environments.

There’s also an extension for Firefox that can provide one-button click validation.

(Thanks to Joe Clark for pointer to this service.)

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Out! Out damn standard!

Dave Shea says, like, “Chill, dudes!” about standards. Like, wow, don’t cop a tude, bizatch!

But then my homey Matt goes, Jinkies! Boo that! Bring on the 5-Oh, dude! Don’t murk my standards! Like XHTML is phat, you know? You wanna be part of my posse, you gotta say that yo XHTML is righteous, dude! Like my bluud, Jeffrey. blahhDoww beotech!

I’m giggen, and don’t mean to diss on Matt but like, the word is what matters, man? You hear that? The word is like, Poppins. Yo standards, and yo ‘we be bad, shit’.

I mean, tell it to the ass!

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Alt attributes

Mark Pilgrim’s tip for today Providing text equivalents for images is one of the few tips that I do follow, or at least attempt for follow.

All of the images in this weblog should have a text equivalent.