NET allows you to create Web pages that are conformant with XHTML standards.
XHTML is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard that defines HTML as an XML document.
When surveyed, a large majority of Web professionals will state that validation errors is the first thing they will check whenever they run into a Web styling or scripting bug.
Checking that a page “displays fine” in several contemporary browsers may be a reasonable insurance that the page will “work” today, but it does not guarantee that it will work tomorrow.
For more information about the XHTML standard, see the specification for the Second Edition of XHTML 1.0 on the W3C Web site. NET now conforms to the XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard. Some of the XHTML rules that differ from HTML include the following: Under some circumstances, you might want ASP.
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Validating a website is the process of ensuring that the pages on the website conform to the norms or standards defined by various organizations.
Validation is important, and will ensure that your web pages are interpreted in the same way (the way you want it) by various machines, such as search engines, as well as users and visitors to your webpage.
Conforming to standards and regulations is one of the many ways you can make your website universally understood.
Make sure your codes and styles validate across the board.