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Sent by Garrett Coakley on 17 May 2004 14:02


On Mon, May 17, 2004 at 12:46:15PM +0100, Tony Crockford wrote:

> I wonder if anyone has any more to add.


The redevelopment we did for The Pier - http://www.pier.co.uk - last 
August is valid XHTML1.0 Trans. 

This was phase 1 of an ongoing redevelopment which dealt with the 
underlying markup and usablilty of the site, hence it currently has a very 
functional look. 

Now that that's been successfully bedded in (with a 300% increase in 
turnover woo!) after the soft launch, we're moving on to phase 2, where 
we will be implementing a much more 'branded' skin ready for a PR heavy 
hard launch at the end of summer.


There are also a couple of 'nearly-there's, which although they are of 
limited use as examples, may help to get the conversational juices flowing.


* My employers site - http://www.gencon.co.uk - which will be XHTML1.0 
Trans, once we've worked out a way to stop PHP adding unescaped 
character entities to links.

* Omniperception - http://www.omniperception.com - which was XHTML Strict 
when we released it to the client, but it seems to have broken since and  
won't validate with the UTF-8 character set, only iso-8859-1. I'll chase 
them and see if I can find out what is up.


G.


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