As most of you know, I strive to develop websites that conform to currently accepted web design standards. I write my code to be valid both via the CSS file and the XHTML markup.
Although it takes a bit more time to design a website to conform to these standards, it always seemed like the right way to design a website. It also feels good when your product is pronounced to be Valid by the various validation tools.
I stumbled upon a website today that appears to me to be the least valid website I have ever seen. Bar none. As of today, there are 2017 validation errors when the XHTML is checked. Wow. That’s a lot of errors.
Can you find a website with more errors than this one has? That’s the challenge for today!
Just to balance things out, the University of California Spanish & Portugese Department is one of the most valid websites I have ever seen. The good folks over at Accessites.org highlighted the UC Spanish & Department website over a year ago.
How’s that for contrast?