W3C Cheatsheet

W3C LogoAn easily overlooked, but important part of SEO is creating compliant markup (HTML) that can be read easily by search engines – and of course browsers. I’ve recently come across this W3C cheatsheet that provides a rather handy searchable quick reference to W3C compliant markup:

http://www.w3.org/2009/cheatsheet/

As summarised by W3C:

The W3C Cheat Sheet is an open source tool freely available for Web developers. It provides quick access to useful information from a variety of specifications published by W3C, the leading international Web standards community.

On a similar subject, don’t forget to have a read through my page about HTML for SEO.

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