Yes, click the buttons to verify I support web standards through W3C.org validation tools:
The better question is why aren't you using XHTML yet
. When I originally designed this site I was concerned about Netscape 4.x
, which we all know doesn't support web standards. I was forced to use all the well-known "hacks" to achieve cross-browser support. As Woodster.com 2.0 doesn't yet use XHTML and "tableless design
", I am currently working on implementing XHTML with Woodster.com 3.0.
Although I certainly agree with the need for a site to support all accessibility needs, I decided as a personal site where the main purpose of the site is to demonstrate my User Interface Design skills through screen shots and documentation examples it didn't seem feasible
to support a text based version at this time. I also decided after determining my target audience this isn't an immediate need weighed with the time and effort to support the functionality.
As I implement the XHTML version of this site, this will become very easy to support.
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