Using Standard (Valid) HTML Code According to w3.org
moorevineyard at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 11 10:04:34 EDT 2011
I saw bug 616608 (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=616608) while browsing Bugzilla.
"Generated HTML file is not conform to HTML standard."
"You can validate the generated file by http://validator.w3.org/
It will show several conformation problems. Conform to standard will enhance
the compatibility with various browser."
Would this be useful? Does anyone know how much of a problem it is? Is it a low priority for the main developers?
I ask because I think it could be within my capabilities to fix (even if it takes me a long time), and it may help me learn more about the report system, in general.
I'm not a software developer, but I'm familiar with "Valid HTML" and I'm getting good at tinkering with various reports that I use.
I guess I'm really asking if anyone else is working on this or if anyone is likely to work on it.
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