Now served with valid HTML

I was reminiscing about the cool HTML validator tags that used to be everywhere online, so I decided to run this site (and through the W3C’s validator. Turns out, I had some issues!

The core reason to run your HTML documents through a conformance checker is simple: To catch unintended mistakes—mistakes you might have otherwise missed—so that you can fix them.

My issues:

I got them cleaned without too much trouble. Turns out, the W3C knows what they are talking about. I caught a lot of random unintended mistakes! Some of them were trivial, some of them bloating, but all were very helpful as I continue to learn basic HTML.

Valid HTML 2.0