my arduino home and my own little playground web farm

event-hotspot web design standards compliance:

all our pages and cascading style sheets are designed fully compliant with the online w3c markup validation service using XHTML 1.0 Strict or CSS level 2.1 validation (minimum)


"this shows readers that you have taken the care to create an interoperable Web page"


all our pages will also pass the online wave accessibly validation tool, accessibility validation standards,

and the online automated verification WAI (Cynthia Tested) WCAG Priority 1, 2, 3 Web Content Accessibility Report

"this shows readers that you have taken the care to think about something else"


most pages will have one or both or all of these at the very bottom:


Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict wave validation icon Valid CSS! Cynthia Tested!


If they have got one and "fail" You should probably tell the me or the "internet police".


if they don't have them, it's because i couldn't bash the pages over, under, or through (usually kicking and screaming), the XHTML 1.0 Strict and / or CSS level 2.1(minimum) hoops and hurdles placed between the page and strict standards compliance.....but i'm working on it


a place i can make mistakes

a clearing house for my web ideas.