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    My Site: Comments Please


    http://sandwiregames.com/sandwireworldbeta/

    Please give me some constructive criticism and comments about this page so I can make it better or keep it the same. Nothing mean though, you'll hurt my feelings!
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    The javascript works, always a plus. CSS appears to be cross-browser. I don't like the design, but that's just me.
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    you need to work with the code.
    ran it through w3's validator
    lots of errors,
    when you use doctype xhtml you it implies that you write wellformed html.
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    No real errors.
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    omitting end tags is a real error.
    using the attibute background in td-tags is a real error, etc..


    and for the links with the & use &amp;amp;

    btw using javascript to fill in the news section
    is a bad solution, if the user hasn't enabled javascript you only get a empty page.
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    Originally posted by PHP-Newb
    No real errors.
    Hahahaha, thats gotta be the best joke I have heard for a while.

    An error is an error, simple as that. You may not think it is real but the standards have been set and if you write XHTML code you should adhere to them.

    For accessibility reasons alt tags should be specified on all image tags.
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    Yeah, I noticed that. I used DreamWeaver to form almost all of the XHTML in XHTML mode and it still messed up like 50 errors, lol. I manually went through, lowercassing tags, etc., but it takes sooo long to fix everything. There was a conversion thing in dreamweaver but it won't let me do it (I guess it thinks this page is already valid)...

    Anyway, the main issue here is the look and content in IE6. I didn't even test this one in older browsers as it is meant only for IE6 users. It is meant to be like a refdesk.com type of page...
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    Originally posted by a.koepke
    Hahahaha, thats gotta be the best joke I have heard for a while.

    An error is an error, simple as that. You may not think it is real but the standards have been set and if you write XHTML code you should adhere to them.

    For accessibility reasons alt tags should be specified on all image tags.
    People like you who worship W3C really annoy me. Show me a browser that follows, completely, the W3C "standard". The word standard is probably a running joke within the browser companies.

    No, it's not an error if the site works.
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    ya but the idea of having validating code, is that it validates. some older browsers and non-IE browsers may not render like IE does.
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    News links. Search engine. Weather.

    Whats the point of this site?

    Can't I just go to Yahoo and get the exact same content, and more?
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    Maybe he's the leader of a devilishly cunning internet group, who are planning a coup? Or, maybe he's just making another generic website with "family" links, which will no doubt fall into the bottomless pit of "annoying" websites that should never have been consumated?

    ..Sorry.

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