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  1. #16
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    Whilst I validate my code, I know a lot of coders these days don't value the w3 validator as much (reading through various dev blogs anyway). I think it's fine if something doesn't validate but still works in all browsers efficiently, and doesn't validate for a logical reason.

    Microsoft should pay coders everytime someone writes a site that works in their POS browsers, the amount of extra work required to make up for their mistakes is a major pain in the arse.
    Last edited by JayX; 05-07-2009 at 06:50 AM.

  2. #17
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    For a quality, xhtml/css coding $150 for 3-5 pages isn't too bad. It's hard to say exactly without seeing the design because obviously one design mite take longer to code than others. Also consider everyone has theri own definition of "quality coding".
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  3. #18
    hmm, nice price and id imagine that they did a good job. And yes before you pay them i would try and get them to make sure its validated.

  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Key-Hosts View Post
    before you pay them i would try and get them to make sure its validated.
    Most charge 50% upfront(it's a standard) and 50% upon completion. Validation must pass before the second half is paid. Honestly people around here act as if validation is difficult.. ? I don't get it.

    Also consider that there are some validation errors that are technically OK to some people's standards. IE. CSS3 elements not yet standard, but widely supported.
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