As summer draws to a close in the UK one of my friends has setup a little web site showing the results of his home growing.
MSDN just published an article on "Building ASP.NET 2.0 Web Sites Using Web Standards" by Stephen Walther from superexpert.com. Whilst overall it's useful, it's not perfect, I want to take issue with 3 points it makes.
Validating XHTML Pages
The section on validating XHTML pages offers up the W3C validation service as an alternative to the internal VS 2005 validator. This is a great recommendation, but should not be considered an alternative, but a "must do". The internal VS 2005 validator looks at the xhtml as you type. It does not, and cannot check...