Do you care if your web site is W3C compliant?

Do you care if your web site is W3C compliant?   15 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you care if your web site is W3C compliant?

    • Yes
    • No
  2. 2. Do you run a validation check?

    • Yes
    • No
  3. 3. What browsers do you test against?

    • IE
    • Mozilla
    • Opera
    • Safari
    • Other
    • Multiple

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A simple trick for Flash is to use a DIV with a background image and insert the flash using Javascript, so if Javascript or Flash is unavailable, the image is shown instead. A good example of that technique can be seen on one of my current projects, http://www.barsduquebec.com/. This is a site where I'm trying to support as many platforms and users as possible. In fact, if you navigate to the site using a browser that supports Javascript but does not have DOM support, you'll be redirected to a HTML 3.2, 640x480 appropriate page asking you to upgrade.
For what it's worth... I think the layout of that site is incredible. Very clean, very easy to navigate. :yes:

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