Cascading Style Sheets, CSS, replace HTML <font> elements and other common text formatting elements. There is CSS 1, CSS 2.1, and CSS 3. Web browsers work with CSS 1 and parts of CSS 2. Forget the CSS mess. Call a Web Architect to set standards for your Web site. You can then use the following symbol to indicate your Web site is clean.
XHTML replace HTML. The change is relatively simple. XHTML is simply XML compliant HTML. XHTML can give you a lot more than HTML but you do not have to use that extra power straight up. Just convert from HTML to XHTML as the first step.
XHTML does things that HTML never did. Many commonly used Web browsers either cannot do the extra things provided by XHTML or can only perform a small part. Instead of guessing about XHTML, or expecting your staff to discover everything themselves, call a Web Architect to set standards for your Web site. You can then use the following symbol to show your Web site is clean.
There are many more standards that work together to make your Web site safe and effective long in to the future. Call a Web Architect to plan your Web future.