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    Question Do you fix warnings in the CSS validator ?

    Do you fix warnings in the CSS validator ?

    I do, I noticed that most people don´t. It does require some extra work, but I do like to see my sites like this:

    No error or warning found

    Congratulations!

    This document validates as CSS!

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    No. Unless there are mistakes I've missed to fix. In fact I can live with CSS validation errors aswell (like if I use expressions or underscore hacks, or CSS3, or other browser specific properties).

    I mostly don't even use the CSS validator. I use Firefox's Error Console and DOM Inspector for debugging.
    Simon Pieters

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    Yes.

    I am not sure enough of my own skills. With the odd exception I try to get EVERYTHING validated, working on the theory that it's probably better than if I left it as it was.

    Not a good scientific reason but........

    Too bad.
    fisherboy
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    Sorry, misread the title and voted incorrectly. I don't bother correcting warnings because most of the time they refer to the background/foreground colour combination. I do try and keep my main (non-IE) stylesheets error-free though.

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    Yes I fix errors in my HTML or CSS but I never have to because I use TopStyle Lite to edit my CSS files. Everyone should create valid HTML and valid CSS, it's just the right way to do it.
    Good luck,

    Grim

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    oops i voted wrong. I thought you ment errors. I dont usually fix the warnings.

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    Like the others, I don't usually fix warnings about color combinations and such.

    I do try to fix errors though.

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    it depends... what warning is it? for what site? the client? etc...


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