Does the css code in your website pass the web standards? Does it blow off a drop from your professionalism? Are you out of luck, trying to make your css validated? Well, making a valid css code for your website might not be an easy task but there is a dead simple way to make your current website css code a validated one.
A well formed website should always have a valid css code. Validation is one of the simplest ways to check whether a page is built in accordance with Web standards, and provides one of the most reliable guarantee that future Web platforms will handle it as designed.
Here’s how you can convert your current css code to a validated one.
Go to http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/ and first enter your websites url in the provided field.
It will run the test and show you the errors in your css code. Those areas are the one you need to correct in your css code.
Dont worry you dont even have to do any thing with your css code.
Just Scroll Down through the errors and you will see a validated css code displayed below. Or just click the option at the top saying validated css.
You will now see the validated version of your current css code.
Now all you have to do is to replace your current css code with the code shown there.
Now after replacing your css code, now do a check at jigsaww3 validator, and voila! you have a perfectly optimized CSS code that is Validated.
Hope this will help you making your websites css a valid one. Did it cost you a single penny?
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