I'm wondering if anyone has checked their Atahualpa or TF sites for code compliance at http://validator.w3.org How clean is the code these things write?
May 16, 2012, 06:05 AM
3,768 posts · Oct 2008
Ultimately real world browser coverage is the most important in my opinion. That doesn't mean that W3C is ignored, but I suggest that even if there are "errors" one should have a closer look at what kind of errors these are.
Also, HTML5 is still a working draft (and might be until 2013/2014), so, as far as HTML5 elements are concerned the W3C results should not be taken too seriously. W3C actually says that themselves somewhere on their site.