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    It is not so easy to help customers design the first page, but the customer said that he hoped to it can meet w3c of xhtml standard. Then I have suffered the Internet to look for some information about the W3C standard. And I found it is very difficult for me to solve the problem.Is there any easier way you can provide us?

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    Show us the URL to your page so we can see how far-off you really are.

    Getting a page to validate usually depends on selecting the correct tags,
    and then closing them correctly, dotting the "i"'s and crossing the "t"'s
    so to speak. It's about getting each tag clearly defined and no typos.


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    Use the W3C validator. It will show you all the errors in your code so you can go back and fix them. You can also use programs like "HTML Tidy" but I recommend that you don't. You'll never get any better if you rely on services like that.

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    Senior Member diddy's Avatar
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    Make sure you choose which doctype best suits you. There are transitional, strict and frameset.

    I suggest you look at the w3c tutorial http://www.w3schools.com/xhtml, in particular this bit: http://w3schools.com/xhtml/xhtml_dtd.asp


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