|site||markup errors||CSS errors|
|62; 9 warnings||1|
|Technorati||13; 6 warnings||19|
|Yahoo!||48; 44 warnings||none|
|NYTimes.com||318; 69 warnings||52|
|Microsoft||176; 36 warnings||33|
|Lifehacker||314; 70 warnings||2|
Despite such errors, since browsers will almost always load pages the way they were intended to, it makes sense to reduce code, especially when your site receives millions of hits. Google’s homepage, for instance, doesn’t even have a DOCTYPE declaration. But as web designers and students of the trade who are persistently insisted across textbooks, websites and workplaces to follow standards, where does that leave us?