W3C Validation belongs to a realm of programming and web
design practices that are governed by the mission to
develop web standards, and to make the web accessible to
all, including those who are physically disabled or
otherwise hampered by age related conditions. The WC3
(The World Wide Web
is an international consortium where member
organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work
together to develop Web standards. W3C's mission is: "To
lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by
developing protocols and guidelines that ensure
long-term growth for the Web".
Validating your website is one meaningful way for you to
participate in this important mission. When HM Bailey
undertakes a validation project for you, your site will go
through the hands of a screener certified as an (X)HTML/CSS
developer through the W3C Schools.
After we get your site up and running, validating is the
important final touch we can put on it. Making sure your
page and site validates under the W3C rules, shows your
readers that you have taken the care to create an
interoperable Web page. When your site is completed, and
W3C validated, you will feel proud of the extra effort you
made, knowing it really does make a difference.