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The World-Wide-Web Consortium, also known as W3C "makes" the languages of the web and maintains it. As with human languages, computer languages have a grammar and a vocabulary. Since computers do exactly what they are told to do and not what you would want them to do, writing improper code containing syntax errors, might give some unexpected output. But why write code with errors? Browsers in turn will have to become bigger and bigger programs with elaborate interpretation scripts to compensate for the errors.

The most used browser, however, does not follow those standards. So why not take back the web with a browser that is considered to be one of the safest, is standards complient, runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux, is available in thirty languages and won't cost you a cent? Get Firefox!

Below you'll find links to my humble attempts to create standards compliant code. View them on your favourite browser and try it on another one, like Firefox to spot the differences.

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