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    W3C validation standardís importance in web design

    W3C is an international Standard organization for the web. W3C develops different standards for the World Wide Web. As a newbie, when you are entering to internet world you should have knowledge about W3C standards. You design an awesome website but if it has not followed W3C rules then your website is not preferred by top search engines. W3C crafted many specifications for web design for global usage. Website coding is written in an easy coding language and should in easy under stable language and can easily modify by web developers. W3C compliant code for a website shows that a web programming professional person working with proper methods and its easy for the customers to approach them. With W3C code, programming becomes easier and it can easily work on different platforms and operating systems. Valid CSS and XHTML format works well together and it helps developers and designers to design a structures web page design and they can easily design a complex website layout. Code validation helps to solve the compatibility issues on different platforms. There are lots of tools available on the internet that helps web designers to validate web page code.

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