On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 1:33 AM, Shawn K. Quinn <skquinn at speakeasy.net>wrote: > Matt's pretty much on target; Google cares only what the content is, and > not about what happens on the server end to get it out onto the HTTP > connection. That's really what I suspected; thanks for confirming. > I'd like to add this makes a great opportunity to dump silliness like > ".html" in the URL. Also, if you care about valid code, be careful about > what WordPress plugins you add, as many of them will cause an otherwise > valid site to fail validation (at least CSS validation if not HTML as > well) I haven't been considering validation much during the march to WordPress, but it's time. Any resources specific to plugins that validate?