In Issue No. 170 of A List Apart, for people who make websites:
by Jeremy Keith
The front page of Issue 170 summarized the W3C validator problem discussed in yesterday’s Report and asked readers to write to the W3C and request that they fix the fifth bug mentioned in this October 2001 note to the W3C validator mailing list.
The bug has now been fixed. We are grateful to Sijtsche Smeman for turning it around so quickly.
The CSS validator is an open source project built by volunteers. The W3C Quality Assurance team has taken over management of the project and says it is working to create a strong technological base for the next generation of validation tools. As always, they could use help from the community.
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