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Would this be possible?


Harry

Senior Member
#2
Machines can't write standards compliant code. It takes the power of reason to put it in context and add semantic meaning.

EDIT: I looked at the code created by the piss take of a product and it's soooooo poor I almost cried (yes, I'm that sad).

http://constructionsource.biz/ top of the gallery list, how many empty elements?!
This is all the browser text that there is on that page:

Construction Source © 2008
designed by: jnimon
 

Kevin

Senior Member
#3
Well they do say it turns it into standards compliant code, they didn't say it was semantic. And it does validate :)

Still not gonna buy that crap :p
 

Harry

Senior Member
#7
Onartis said:
Well they do say it turns it into standards compliant code, they didn't say it was semantic. And it does validate :)

Still not gonna buy that crap :p
Standards compliancy covers a whole host of things, including semantics. Those sites are not standards compliant. And that site being valid is irrelevant - validation is pointless when it's wholly inaccessible anyway.