> On Sun, 4/5/09, David Laakso [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>> Brian Hazelton wrote:
>> I have a web design company and was wondering if it is still common
>> practice to put the links to w3c in the footer if the pages validate
>> for xhtml and css
> I think their inclusion is a matter of opinion. Personally,
> I think they are distracting and unnecessary.
I recently removed the full size validation buttons from my (personal) site's footer. Whilst they're
useful to me, they're probably not so to that many others, although they're certainly more relevant
to my audience than that of a general interest site.
I think there's a perception that they smack somewhat of a 'look how good I am' mentality, and
there's a danger you'll be shot down in flames should a single validation error occur when those
links are followed.
This (type of) information should almost certainly be provided by the browser rather than individual
- Bobby (fiveminuteargument.com)
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