W3C Validation Standards are considered a mark of good coding practices while developing websites. They are a set of standards that every website must try to comply with to be fast & secure. It’s considered to be the mark of a good website to reduce the W3C Validation Errors to a minimum in its coding.

We all depend greatly on various websites but have we thought if these all following the W3C Validation Standards. Below we take a look at Top 10 most popular websites with their W3C Validation Status and Errors.

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1. Google

36 Errors, 2 warning(s)

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2. Microsoft

108 Errors, 34 warning(s)

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3. Facebook

12 Errors

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4. Apple

3 Errors, 1 warning(s)

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5. Yahoo

211 Errors, 23 warning(s)

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6. AOL

88 Errors, 82 warning(s)

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7. YouTube

160 Errors, 2 warning(s)

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8. Twitter

20 Errors, 70 warning(s)

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9. Paypal

21 Errors, 11 warning(s)

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10. Wikipedia

Passed, 1 warning(s)

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All these sites are Top visited websites in the world but still they don’t follow W3C Validation Standards, except for Wikipedia. This will definitely make everyone think. Do these websites don’t care about W3C Validation Standards or does these Standards really matters? What do you think do let us know about it in the comments.


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