didn't change much on WB itself... but the sites I build are mainly developed on
the VA Template Framework, at moment version 3.5.5 which is still 'in development',
but very advanched and not a 'regular template'... lot's of page elements are parsed
from browser dependent files (IE, IE8, New browsers etc) so I will look good in most
browsers. (As my background is multimedia design/developement and not only coding
I want to rapid develop cool and good looking sites...)
Most errors are - as I see it - are not crucial ones... as W3C sees for example a simple comment
like <!-- ================= /> as 'error' and most of jQuery give 'errors' to...
tho they are 'accepted widely'. Besided that there is a lot of HTML5 and CSS3... not
checked properly by W3C but accepted by most 'new/good' browsers like Safari, Chrome,
Opera, Firefox and Explorer.
And as long it doesn't give 'frontend errors' in new browsers it's oke as how I see it...
Most for example 'undefined functions' are because of old and unsupported browsers.
some next step in the VA Template Framework is trying to reduce the W3C errors...
as long it doesn't block to 'write clean' code and commenting etc...