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Monthly Archives: March 2007

SAXing up the Markup Validator: from Validator to Conformance Checker

One of the main weaknesses of the Markup Validator is, it's a validator. That is, it compares documents to a machine-readable grammar of the markup language in use. The faster, leaner architecture we have been working on in the past months finally make it possible to check conformance criteria beyond the mere grammar-based validation. But would the validator still be a validator?
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Watch Out The HTML Page

In this new space, the HTML home page, I intend to give you information about HTML development as much as possible. I will try to create a space where people will find valuable information about the HTML Working Group work....
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W3C Launches New HTML Working Group

W3C is pleased to announce the new HTML Working Group, chartered to create the next HTML standard with the active participation of browser vendors, software developers, and content designers. "It's time to revisit the standard and see what we can...
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W3C is hiring!

There are 4 positions open right now at W3C. It is rare enough to be noted. You are encouraged to send your resume to the appropriate person (not to me). Women applications are welcome. Web Accessibility Engineer Voice Browser Specialist...
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