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Depends on what you consider proper. If you mean valid code, then If you do very basic static content the major CMS platforms will generally come close to valid. However if you are looking for correct semantically and in compliance with accessibility standards I don't believe you can get consistent results that would be considered "proper". Most certainly there is nothing that will warn you when you do something that will result in non-compliant code, and none do any rating for plugins and themes to give you and idea of what produces clean code.

 

In my experience the only way you get consistently proper markup and CSS is to write your own code and keep strict personal standards.

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