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Re: What about validating a web site?

Posted by Harlan Messinger on 01/31/08 15:06

Jeff wrote:
> Harlan Messinger wrote:
>> Jeff wrote:
>>> Paul wrote:
>>>> I have tried to validate my web site, and it has a lot of errors.
>>>> Now, the site works fine in IE and Mozilla Firefox without problems.
>>>> I don't know if there are problems using other browsers.
>>>> I am asking to you if it is really so important the correct
>>>> validating when I work very well with my site as it is now.
>>>> Recently I have improved it using your experience, thank you very much.
>>>> As you can see, I am only a self-made-html-man :-))
>>>> Paul
>>>> --
>>> Just forget the validation for the time being. You have serious
>>> useability issues.
>>> You can start with navigation. You should have clear consistent
>>> navigation on all pages. Make it nearly the same on every page and
>>> put it either at the top or along one side, never in the middle. You
>>> should never have pages that have no way of getting to the rest of
>>> your site without backing up.
>>> Then reduce the clutter, and finally emphasize what you want to
>>> sell. Why should a clock and figurines take up most of the initial
>>> visible space on a page about cakes?
>> I was wondering about the clock. What's the point?
>> The OP takes up an awful lot of space giving us *four times* the same
>> litany of occasions for which they bake cakes, and in one instance
>> breaking the list up every couple of items with another chorus of
>> "Favor cakes and Bonbonniere for". And that's before getting to the
>> links for the individual styles of favor cake.
>> Don't get me wrong, OP. My mouth is watering. But you could cut out at
>> least one-third of your page, and maybe a half, and accomplish
>> everything you need to.
>>> Start over. Christ, you're an Italian. Think elegant design. Don't
>>> think MySpace.
>> Harsh!
> I'm a little surprised by that. Didn't we have a long argument over
> <br />?
> And yet nested tables and font tags are OK?

Who said that? What are you talking about?



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