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Validate your page with zero page margins

By MaryWeilage Editor ·
This week's Design and Usability Tactics e-newsletter describes how to produce standard-compliant pages that validate. How do you feel about using CSS to produce standards-compliant Web pages that validate? Do you think you'll use the method described in this column? Share your thoughts on using CSS to set page margins.

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Only skims the surface validating pages

by Roho In reply to Validate your page with z ...

The article covers only a small part of creating validating web pages. It only touches upon the real problems with different browsers and versions.
That ususally comes up as the main challenge to web developers.

Creating a validating apge that shows up correctly in all browsers, even the old ones that don't support CSS is a huge challenge.

Setting body margin to zero is IMHO not the best example.

But please carry on spreading the light!

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