W3C Future Markup Validator

Yipeeeeeeeeee! The new validator from W3C is now available for beta test! You can try it out here: http://validator-test.w3c.org I just found it today, because I haven’t visited the W3c validator service for more than a week, I think. I was surprised that this new service was available. But I think nothing’s new here, but the header and the page design, hehe. I just don’t know what did they update, and what’s the difference between the old validator and the beta validator. Maybe you wanna see how this new validator works. Just visit their site and validate your XHTML. What I’ve noticed is, after your XHTML is validated, and is valid, there are 2 W3C icons to choose from, compared to the old one, that you have no option, except to use the yellow one. Duhh.. you can make your own icon if you want to, there’s no big deal if there are two or three or more options of the W3C valid icon. Hehe.. anyway, that’s all for now. Just want to post something for people who are standards compliant. But for those who are not SC, this post is a trash 🙁

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One thought on “W3C Future Markup Validator

  1. waaaaaa wala atang standards compliant na pinoy.. ayaw mag comment sa post na to.. hmmM?? ano kayang epopost ko… hmmMM?

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