thats ur opinion, but please dont talk to me like im an ignorant guy to webdesign...ive been paid a lot of money for sites i have done and i like my ways of coding...ur personal preference is not mine, sorry...i came to see what u guys thought of my site, not to tell me how to code it...im a professional webdesigner and frankly, it doesnt matter to me how YOU like YOUR sites coded, sorry
[assuming this claim is true] Probably the only reason you have been paid is because your clients don't know the difference. XHTML provides innumerable benefits over straight HTML.
And... you don't use CSS? Are you mad?!
Exactly, it's not a preference, it's a web standard. Also, I am a 16-year-old owner of a local web design business.
Read this for a better explanation of why it's important to code in XHTML from the people who set the web standard.
Anyone want to critique my site yet?
why do u keep tellin me to read and read and read...i KNOW how to code xhtml...and YES it is a preference...xhtml is not even that much different...yes i know how to code it, but i would rather do html because i am faster at it and like it better
If you had read it you would know why I asked you to. It tells why XHTML is only an improvement over standard HTML and why you should switch over.
Look at it this way:
Standard HTML is like "kiddy speak". You know, that person who substitutes u for you and r for are. Sure it may be faster and their preference, but it is incorrect and makes them look stupid.
XHTML is like adding a couple letters to form words such as you and are. This is the correct way to spell the word and is read much more easily by humans (browsers)
bullcrap...i know ALL about xhtml and i STILL choose to use html because i like it better and it is better than xhtml in my eyes...so have fun...its my preference against yours
I dont mind iframes, but in the case of that site, I recommend that you make the iframe window fit on screen to eliminate the primary scrollbar. The way its set up now adds uneccesary scrolling and defeats the purpose of having an Iframe.