Google's Home Page Has 67 Validation Errors

Feb 7, 2007 - 7:29 am 13 by
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WebmasterWorld moderator pageoneresults notes in a WebmasterWorld thread that the Google home page, www.google.com, does not validate fully. In fact, he notes they have 67 validation errors.

I did a quick check at W3C validator and returned 66 errors, including a No DOCTYPE found.

But who am I to complain, I have 131 errors, but I do have a DOCTYPE.

Should this bother you? Depends on how picky you are about HTML.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

 

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