Boring geek aside: why does the accessability page on the Tory website, which features a lovely big W3C XHTML 1.0 approved button, throw up 15 XHTML errors? The homepage is worse, with 37 errors. It’s to be applauded that an organisation as out-of-touch as the Tories should try and build a standards-compliant, validating website, but should they not ensure that their code actually validates before actively boasting about it? At least the Labour Party homepage validates, although this doesn’t excuse the fact that they’ve behaved like a reprobate band of cock-sucking warmongers since taking power.
And that’s all the politics you’ll be getting from me this election. Tomorrow, I’ll be reviewing some of my own cooking.
Update 31.03.05: All the code now validates. All hail the power of weblogs, and kudos to the Conservative webmaster for acting.