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What's Next

In this chapter you have learned how validation serves as a "grammar checker" for Web documents. You've learned how to use a popular and trusted validation service provided by the W3C. Errors can be simple things to locate and fix, or you might need to "read between the lines" in what the validator is reporting to find the real problem.

Next up in Chapter 9, "Implementing XHTML Today," we'll take a look at implementing XHTML in today's Web site, including issues surrounding updating existing sites, remaining compatible with older browsers, and finding authoring tools that support XHTML.


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