Jon Hughes wrote: > A couple of examples are having a space before the forward slash for > singleton tags (<br /> instead of <br/>) and having your CSS included above > your scripts. The sole reason I put a space there is because my editor messes up the color highlighting of my code if I don't. As for having the CSS included above the scripts, I tend to put everything in my HEAD section in alphabetical order, so <link>, <meta>, <script>, <style>, <title>. Conditional comments go at the bottom. It usually doesn't matter to the browser what the order is, it's just for quick reference and personal preference. Something else that the validator will happily ignore is code indentation. Personally, I use tabs, but some people like to use spaces, in various amounts (2, 3, 4 or sometimes even 6 spaces per indentation). Other developers tend to close their elements after the indentation, e.g.: <ul ><li>Item 1</li ><li>Item 2</li ></ul> I never saw the point in that, but I'm told it could get rid of some unwanted space in some browsers. And the validator -and browsers- happily accept this. What's your preference for indentation? Rick.