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  1. Hi all, I noticed while deciding to randomly validate sites (As you do...?) the Colour Picker png is missing an ALT tag @ http://www.w3schools.com/ as @ 1am 29/04/2015 NZST. Line 807, Column 101: An img element must have an alt attribute, except under certain conditions. For details, consult guidance on providing text alternatives for images.…ef_colorpicker.asp"><img class="colorpicker" src="/images/colorpicker.png"></a>
  2. Dino

    W3C

    Olá a todos! Gostaria de abrir uma discussão relacionada aos validadores W3C. No meu ponto de vista é importantíssimo validar os códigos, para que fiquem limpos, e os navegadores possam interpretá-los de maneira correta, etc. Porém andei pesquisando e observei que muitos sites, muitos mesmos não validam os códigos, exemplos: Adobe, Microsoft, a gigante Google, Tecmundo, sites de bancos como Bradesco, Bando do Brasil, etc. Como podem ver são sites de grande porte, sites importantes, que não seguem as recomendações da W3C. O que acham, é importante validar os códigos? Por que a própria Google e
  3. [size=3][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Hello,[/font][/size] [size=3][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]When validating W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional I keep getting the error there is no attribute "srcset".[/font][/size][size=3][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]The code looks similar to the one on [url="http://www.w3.org/html/wg/drafts/srcset/w3c-srcset/"]http://www.w3.org/ht...set/w3c-srcset/[/url], but it still doesn't work.[/font][/size] [size=3][font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]<div class="imageself self" style="width:468px;height:121px;">[/font][/si
  4. Does anyone an easy way for validating an entire website (I mean, all of its pages or at least a good number of them) on the W3C validator at http://validator.w3.org ? This validator only supports validating a single URL, so if you want to ensure your whole web site is valid, it can take a lot of time.
  5. I've tested the code on the validator and, after ironing out a couple of errors, both the html and the css are valid, but although the page displays perfectly in Firefox it looks a mess in IE. It's at: http://phoenixchange...newIndex000.php I've tested it on Litmus and their result is the same as what I get. Ive attached two screen shots, showing the first two problems. One is of FF9.0.1 (screenshot from my machine) that shows what I want, and the other shows the Litmus test result of IE7. The three problems in IE are that: 1. The inline "menu" on the top of the grey banner and on the right
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