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    Promoting web standards and usability?

    Wouldn't it make sense to somehow promote usability and w3c standards somewhere within this site? Don't know how exactly this can be accomplished on WDF but some ideas that come to mind are: a) extra points given to "usable" sites in Site Contest section, b) a new forum devoted to the topic

    James

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    It is a good idea, but a solid implementation would be hard to do.

    The home page for WDF v4 will be fully XHTML Traditional compliant and sport the W3C logo for it. It might encourage some people. I'm surprised that nobody's pointed out the irony of WDF v3's (the current style set's) blatant countless violations of XHTML rules everywhere.
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