Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

In his recent article Web Standards Are Your Responsibility, Keith Robinson makes a convincing argument for sticking to your standards-guns against all odds.

I know, probably better than many, how much of a challenge Web standards can be to implement on a day-to-day basis. I’ve expressed my angst towards standards and validation in particular many, many times, but when all is said and done the only way I’ve been able to use standards on my paying projects is because I pushed long and hard for them and probably spent many an extra hour of my own time making sure Web standards were a part of my projects.

There’s plenty to get temperatures rising and pulses pumping, and agree with Keith or not, his arguments are eloquently made and well worth a read.

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