Archive for November, 2006

Some new Buttons

Had a chance to preview the new W3 validation buttons while stopping by and reading the Quality Assurance blog from the World Wide Consortium I may consider taking the new buttons on using them instead of the Gold buttons but I wish they had pink or red I am thinking of making a program that wil make the button any color but have to read some more information on the site do not want to run into copyright issues down the road so figured I would ask before making it and if they say I can I will give it away for free to everyone.

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Feeling validated

Feeling validated

“If you can contribute to the ongoing improvement of the validator, you’ll be in good company. Sir Tim Berners-Lee recently said:

The validator I think is a really valuable tool both for users and in helping standards deployment. I’d like it to check (even) more stuff, be (even) more helpful, and prioritize carefully its errors, warning and mild chidings. I’d like it to link to an explanations of why things should be a certain way.

The W3C validator is already a great tool. With the help of developers like you, it can become even greater. ”

Would love to be in good with the Man the invented the internet going to have to give some time to improving this tool any thoughts from anyone would be great but I would like it to fix what ever is not valid so you could copy paste the valid code so publishers authoring tools could publish it.in Dreamweaver for example.

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Add To [A Whole Lot of] Any

Add To [A Whole Lot of] Any

From the Shifted Librarian

“Wow, look at all of those aggregators

Add to Any could be an interesting service to link to from your library’s feeds page. ”

The Shifted Librarian has the pic tell me what you think is she right? Got to love the name I would love to talk with this woman for a couple of weeks and hear some of what she has learned from all her reading and writing.

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