Are you ready for the next move? From mobiles, net-books and tablets users are visiting your site from an increasing array of devices and browsers. Is your website compatible with kinds of devises and browsers? From 2013 the Responsive Web Design is the future because one design fits all devices. Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. Day by day, the number of devices, platforms, and browsers that need to work with your site grows. Responsive web design represents a fundamental to serve content for large screens and portable devices alike. Creating a responsive web design goes way beyond arranging things in a way that won't compromise the look of your website in different browsers and screen size. A single version of a site is designed to adapt in size and layout depending on the device that it's being viewed on.
W3C stands for World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) which tries to enforce compatibility and agreement among industry members in the adoption of new standards defined by the W3C to make the Web accessible to all users from around the world. It is a Validation of XML 1.0 documents according to W3C specifications, XML Validator, Standalone grammar validator for XML DTDs and Schemas. Having hundreds of validation errors is not usually a sign of code quality, so trying to keep the number of errors, hard or soft, down is usually a good idea. We will take care of your hard validation errors and soft validation errors.
Should you W3C validate your site for perfect SEO? Yes, the website should be free of errors for all purposes including SEO.
WAI-ARIA landmark roles help screen reader users understand the purpose of different areas of a web page which make your website more accessible and helps more accurately communicate to users of screen readers. WAI-ARIA allows web pages to declare themselves as applications rather than static documents.