C H A P T E R  12

Putting It All Together

Being familiar with certain technologies and standards is not sufficient for standardizing invalid sites and developing valid sites from scratch. Web site standardization is always a complex project, and it takes into account a variety of needs simultaneously. The list includes, but is not limited to, full standard compliance; optimal code length; interoperability; meaningful, structured, and accessible content; adequate metadata; and proper settings. Creating valid code can be learned most efficiently through the collection of step-by-step guidelines provided in this chapter.

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