W3C Conformity

Its been a long time since i last made a post, years in fact.  Good to be back :)


Anyway, I was just running a W3C Check on the new release of Boonex, on a fresh install.


After the check it came back with numerous errors/suggestions to make the site conform to W3C.  So im making a suggestion; Can the Code of Dolphin be modified to conform to the Standards?


These Standards do help people using the Internet to aid a better experience, and users with special requirements.


Its just a suggestion, though it would also be a great advantage to the Dolphin CMS.








Quote · 25 Nov 2015


it would also be a great advantage to the Dolphin CMS.

 How so?  What great advantage would there be?

My opinions expressed on this site, in no way represent those of Boonex or Boonex employees.
Quote · 25 Nov 2015

Try to validate one of the most successful site and millions of members - FB. You'll see there is a lot of errors too.  But there is still advantage using w3 for some web owners if they really want to 100% comply.

W3C compliance – is it a requirement?

Check this link :  https://www.polemicdigital.com/2010/03/w3c-compliance-is-it-a-requirement/


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Quote · 26 Nov 2015
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