Tag: Standards

But it Validates!

In my personal opinion, the overall state of the Web is growing in the acceptance of valid markup. For the most part this is great; having valid markup is often the first hurdle to overcome when becoming a good developer. I know that when my eyes were first opened to valid markup, I was turned […]

Posted: April 03, 2006

Google vs. Web Standards – Part 2

In continuance of Part 1: How could Google better their situation? First, a step back needs to be taken and the overall picture needs to be dissected. What is Google offering? To put it simply, Google’s main founding purpose was to offer the best search engine on the Web. Looking further into Google’s mission statement, […]

Posted: March 06, 2006

Google vs. Web Standards – Part 1

According to Google’s Company Overview: “Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Google is arguably the most widely used search engine ever. According to the Nielsen NetRatings from SearchEngine Watch, Google accounted for 46.3% of search engine traffic in November of 2005. We can all safely assume […]

Posted: February 26, 2006