[IMC-Tech] invalid code
john at manifestor.org
Sun Nov 12 17:59:15 PST 2006
In mir, all the user supplied html is run through htmltidy, which is
intended to normalize the code before it can be thoroughly inspected
site inside articles is pretty compliant.
now the templates are another story....these have no constraints on
them, so it's up to the nitpickiness of the template designer whether
or not they validate.
On Sun, Nov 12, 2006 at 08:24:34PM -0500, John Milton wrote:
> Hi folks:
> I've been looking at the various Indy CMS packages out there as a part
> of a programing project I'm working on, and its lead me to a question:
> Does any CMS now in use at the present produce "valid" html or xhtml code?
> A practical test of this is to see if the home page of the site can pass
> the w3c validator found here without generating any error messages:
> for "bonus" points see if a newswire story will also pass
> as of yet I have found no site that does this, but I'd be interested in
> seeing one that does if anyone can find one...
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