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WARNING: This person omits alt text from images (Happy April Fool's Day from The Web Standards Project.)

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    • Tue 1 Apr 2008
    • 0947
    Eric Meyer wrote in to say...

    It was either that or #11, but I didn’t want to restate the obvious.

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    • Tue 1 Apr 2008
    • 1310
    Mike D. wrote in to say...

    At one time, about five years ago, WaSP may have actually backed that badge.

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    • Tue 1 Apr 2008
    • 1318
    JSutcliffe wrote in to say...

    For shame! You are clearly not the web guru I imagined you to be.

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    • Wed 2 Apr 2008
    • 1126
    thacker wrote in to say...

    Thank you Meyer and WaSP. They came along at an opportune time. Am using a few to demonstrate the need for proper punctuation within any text content element and attribute to preclude adaptive technology user agents from rendering run on sentences. Specifically with these images as examples, proper punctuation use immediately prior to the closing quote of the alt and title attributes.

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