W3C and CSS compliance

Published on: 01/03/2007

W3C and CSS Compliance

The importance of compliance with W3C standards and CSS methodology is something that challenges most content management systems. Of those that do, integration with other services, such as form management, more often than not negates the compliance of the web pages. Usually this required adjustments to be made to the html generated by the cms, something which defeats the point of having a cms in the first place.

We are therefore delighted to announce that the latest XPOR web service version 3.0 is being released at beta stage with full CSS compliance and W3C Transitional . Administrators of an XPOR web service will not need to understand the intricacies of html or any other code, to produce W3C ad CSS compliant web pages.

When you consider the comprehensive feature set of XPOR, with its integrated access control, document, contact and database management systems ... and even e-commerce, this is an impressive feat.