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Resilient-Reborn.com [Rebirth]

#12
Looks incredible, valid CSS, nearly valid XHTML

I am the w3c nazi, so I sorta have to do this ;) :p
XHTML Validation Check
tips:
<a> tags dont have alt, its title
<table> height is more something that is autosized, but if you want to specify it then use CSS
<img> alt is required even if its only alt=""
<td> no background, use the style attribute or put it in the CSS file
<img> is a self closing element so needs to finish with />
for hrefs with a query string, dont use & in the string, use &amp; it will be replaced by the browser when the page is rendered so all your links will still work fine.

that should take care of most of your errors, the only remaining ones are caused by Javascript. Looks like you are using it for the rollovers though, this type of effect can be more compliantly performed using CSS and should work with a wider audience as people still have the option to disable Javascript

PVII CSS Uberlinks
Mo' Betta Rollovers
CSS Image Rollovers

also 'Butterfly Hell' amazing, very nice work
 
#17
Geffy said:
Looks incredible, valid CSS, nearly valid XHTML

I am the w3c nazi, so I sorta have to do this ;) :p
XHTML Validation Check
tips:
<a> tags dont have alt, its title
<table> height is more something that is autosized, but if you want to specify it then use CSS
<img> alt is required even if its only alt=""
<td> no background, use the style attribute or put it in the CSS file
<img> is a self closing element so needs to finish with />
for hrefs with a query string, dont use & in the string, use &amp; it will be replaced by the browser when the page is rendered so all your links will still work fine.

that should take care of most of your errors, the only remaining ones are caused by Javascript. Looks like you are using it for the rollovers though, this type of effect can be more compliantly performed using CSS and should work with a wider audience as people still have the option to disable Javascript

PVII CSS Uberlinks
Mo' Betta Rollovers
CSS Image Rollovers

also 'Butterfly Hell' amazing, very nice work
Thanks Geffy, I appreciate it. I really do suck at coding lol, I'm surprised you said nearly valid XHTML, as it was my first attempt at it. Will definately update it though gradually and aim to make it valid. Also the javascript rollovers, I'll do my best to replace with CSS based on the links you gave me, thanks! :)

There should be prints available soon for purchase, will let you guys know when that's up and running. :)
 
#19
Resilient said:
Thanks Geffy, I appreciate it. I really do suck at coding lol, I'm surprised you said nearly valid XHTML, as it was my first attempt at it. Will definately update it though gradually and aim to make it valid. Also the javascript rollovers, I'll do my best to replace with CSS based on the links you gave me, thanks! :)

There should be prints available soon for purchase, will let you guys know when that's up and running. :)
Code looks quite good acutually, though I have noticed that some of your pages are HTML4 and some are XHTML. Its probably best to check each of your pages and probably take them all up to being XHTML.
What editor are you using to create this. Applications like DreamWeaver and GoLive have ways to make a page XHTML Transitional compliant. DreamWeaver its under File and GoLive I think its a button off to the right under the menu.
Looking great though, get it all valid and I'll give you some rep ;)
 

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