Re: OT: Web Standards
On Tue, 19 Feb 2002, Kent West wrote:
> I have a co-worker who is developing some web pages. I've encouraged him
> to pass his work through the W3C HTML validator. He says it fails, and
> So my question is this:
> Are the W3C standards insufficient to allow the web
> designers to do what they need to do, or is my
> co-worker missing a technique that he needs to know?
> In other words, are the W3C standards sufficient to provide a
> browser-agnostic world, with all the features that designers need?
> Or does the W3C-approved label simply mean that the page is coded to
> the least common denominator, and is therefore not practical for
> PHB-oriented web sites?