Microsoft and Standards

Microsoft recently redesigned their website (at least their homepage). As you may know, they aren’t a big backer of standards.

Look how well their page validates.

This concludes this episode of Microsoft-doesn’t-care-about-technology.

Validating as XHTML is even more fun.

Apple isn’t perfect, but isn’t to bad either.

This website is fine though 🙂

Go standards!

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One Response to “Microsoft and Standards”

  1. Eric Hodel says:

    Validating MicroSoft’s home page would make a bit more sense if they bothered to actually declare a DOCTYPE. If they’re not declaring a DOCTYPE, they more than likely have a reason for it.

    It is odd that they are using XML-style empty elements though. ()

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