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Guys xhtml, 4.01 strict is a waste of time, innovate don't regress! Also it's ok to use tables when you are displaying tabular data (a calendar, stock chart, etc.). CSS-driven and standards-based design is about semnatic, relevant markup, not simply ejecting tables.
May I refer you to some important reading material:
Bullet Proof Web Design [simplebits.com]
Web Standards Solutions [simplebits.com]
and important sites:
I bet it's probably illegible on other handheld devices as well... try it on yours!
I thought this site was completely dead! ☺ Very glad to see that it's not.
This change was much needed. Valid HTML+CSS makes the geeks' favorite web site look more respectable. Thanks for all the hard work to make it happen.
Does clearing this hurdle mean we'll see some more updates here regarding slash development? For instance, about a migration to Apache 2?
(We had a long discussion about this a few months back, and 4.01 only squeaked past XHTML by a hair.)
And there are many great reasons to move "part of the way" to 4.01. It makes our development smoother, makes customization for other sites a lot easier (once we provide some tools and docs for that), frees up some of
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