Hixie: “thanks for agreeing with me but your Web site doesn’t validate either.”
I know that. Which is why I’m currently redesigning this website. I know it has major, major flaws. For example, the website slows Mozilla 1.0 for Linux to a halt, because of the transparency stuff. Did you notice that wink a couple of posts ago? That was why. This design was supposed to be temporary for me. Don’t worry Hixie, I’ll have the new, compliant design up in a few days. (It’s about time I posted this explanation; I’ve gotten tons of criticism for my site.)
Update: Hixie, I just took a look at the validation results, and most of the errors are because:
- Netfirms plasters a big banner thingie at the top of my website. This banner ad space uses HTML, not XHTML.
- The W3C’s validator has some limitations to XML, although the link to that page has been removed.
- Movable Type, the blog system I use, generated the error about
ids starting with zero. I think that was by design.
- For the whole transparency thing, which backfired on me, I had to make a duplicate of the content of the page to go under the original content. This really messed my page up, because of speed, and because every
idused in the main content of my webpages was used twice in my document.
Hope I don’t sound so hypocritical now. :^)