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Achieving standards compliance and a list of DTDs

Via the WaSP blog (I wish they would ping Weblogs.com), How to achieve web standards and quality on your web site and List of valid DTDs you can use in your document, both by the W3C QA team. The former includes a great selection of questions and answers to typical reasons for not using standards (as well as some great tips on how to create standard compliant sites) while the latter finally provides all of the DTDs in one place.

This is Achieving standards compliance and a list of DTDs by Simon Willison, posted on 4th May 2003.

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