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    Ok so dose anyone know any good site for this. I just finished a site in css and html, but dreamweaver is telling me theres no problems. I just dont trust it..lol

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    http://validator.w3.org/

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    • #3
      Nice one dude.

      It just made my day..lol...

      ZERO errors on my very first html and css site. Happy days.

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        Good work Oldat!
        "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!" - Ricky Ricardo

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          congratulations! I don't remember being so lucky with my first site.
          "It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot

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            Bah! When I did my first web site there was no such thing as web site validators. Or, for that matter, web browsers that would actually know what to do with valid HTML if you gave it to them.

            It was a magical time, full of browsers doing weird and inexplicable things with your HTML. Also, there were tables. Many, many tables.

            I don't miss any of that...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by hewligan View Post
              Bah! When I did my first web site there was no such thing as web site validators. Or, for that matter, web browsers that would actually know what to do with valid HTML if you gave it to them.

              It was a magical time, full of browsers doing weird and inexplicable things with your HTML. Also, there were tables. Many, many tables.

              I don't miss any of that...

              So that was when you entered the URL and pressed the return/enter key, and monks would carefully copy the Web page with their quill pens, with fully-illuminated MOSAICs, and deliver them to you by horseback?
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                No. They hadn't invented the horse yet. Instead, the monk delivering the MOSAIC would be followed by a second monk clapping two coconut halves together

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                  Originally posted by hewligan View Post
                  No. They hadn't invented the horse yet. Instead, the monk delivering the MOSAIC would be followed by a second monk clapping two coconut halves together
                  Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
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                    Not at all. They could be carried.

                    By a monk, delivering a MOSAIC a long way away.

                    Obviously, it would be silly to suggest they were carried by swallows. They hadn't been invented yet, either.

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                      Originally posted by hewligan View Post
                      No. They hadn't invented the horse yet. Instead, the monk delivering the MOSAIC would be followed by a second monk clapping two coconut halves together
                      If horses had'nt been invented, then why did they use the coconuts to create the sound

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                        Originally posted by Oldat29 View Post
                        If horses had'nt been invented, then why did they use the coconuts to create the sound
                        Because there were no horses to create the sound, obviously.

                        Gee-ee-eeez....

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                          hewligan's a witch! I was turned into a newt! (which is horrifying, since I started out a badger.)


                          I got better...
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by hewligan View Post
                            Because there were no horses to create the sound, obviously.

                            Gee-ee-eeez....

                            So back then broom handles and coconut shells made a horse..... wow.

                            Its no wonder its called the dark ages...lol

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by garricks View Post
                              hewligan's a witch! I was turned into a newt! (which is horrifying, since I started out a badger.)


                              I got better...
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                              I'm not a witch. I way much more than a duck.

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