There are a number of serious tools for analyzing your site at AboutURL. This is good for checking out how compliant your site is to various things like CSS and XHTML compliance, which I just spent and evening fixing. Keeping your site compliant with the various technologies out there helps you with respect to search engines. The AboutURL turned out to be the funnier of the bunch.
Filed under humor, check out another silly meme. According to the The Web2.0 Validator, in order to succeed, your site must
- Be a public beta python RDF application using Nitro in the Semantic Web for podcasting Rocketboom on Technorati on the hunt for that healthy payout from VCs.
- Talk about how less is more for meta and micro mashups in the long tail under Creative Commons license.
- Discuss a Dave Legg VC startup dealing with the Web 2.0 Validator’s ruleset in an architecture of participation using Cool Words.
- Points to isometric.sixsided.org for information on Web 2.0 and the 30 Second Rule.
- Have this goofy link…
- Support Creative Commons
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Uses Google Maps APIhttp://www.shokk.com/blog/testmap.html
All that and I was only able to eek out a 38 out of 50 rating for this article. This is lower than it should be because a few things like favicon detection and a few keywords they are looking for are not working, which should put me 5 points higher. =)
And yet so pathetic and lacking of content.