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I do not recommend anyone use the W3 HTML Validator. They do not support most (if not all) HTML5 elements, and aren't very fond of ID and class attributes.. 


For example:



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Thanks for the awesome resources :) Did not know about these sites.

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I know half of it, but I'll try to use the other half. +rep

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