Always Validate Markup

All new websites should be tested thoroughly for coding errors. Unclosed tags and missing meta-data can wreak havoc on search engine indexing as well as yield unpredictable rendering results. A good place to start is the W3C Markup Validation Service. Most professional web developers will use a similar tool before deploying a client’s website. Website owners should consider running their website through a W3C validation loop. If you need help fixing markup errors reported by the W3C validation service, drop me your URL and a brief description of the error message you are seeing in a comment, and I’ll see what I can do to help.

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