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    W3C validation

    Hi, My web-developer made a responsive HTML homepage with search bar,images banner,text and images. When I checked it on w3c validator,there were more than 100 errors and some warnings.

    I contacted the developer, he is saying he will check it but maybe it is due to 3rd party Jquery plugin.

    I want to ask is it a valid excuse? Is Jquery a 3rd party tool? How should I deal this?

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    jQuery is a framework that extends Javascript and makes it easier to use. A plugin is just an extension of jQuery in turn.

    It's possible that the developer is correct, and it's possible that he's incorrect. I'd personally say it's far more likely that he's incorrect, but what he's saying isn't impossible either.

    What's the URL? We can better tell you how to deal with the errors from there. One thing I will tell you is that the W3 validator tool has a tendency to be redundant; it will often mention the same error two or more times in different ways.
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