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  Re: Request for testing: https://beta.undeadly.org/ (mod 3/3)
by Stéphane Aulery (lkppo) (lkppo@free.fr) on Tue Jul 4 22:27:33 2017 (GMT)
  You could check your HTML/CSS code with the w3c validators :

- https://validator.w3.org/
- https://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

There are yet some mistakes.

Since the DOCTYPE is HTML5, it's better to drop the "/" in single elements, because it's not an XML dialect.

Some url aren't well escaped, e.g. :

http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&sid=20170613041706&mode=expanded&count=18

have to be :

http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&amp;sid=20170613041706&amp;mode=expanded&amp;count=18

You can also include the css style sheet in the head element and minify it (https://cssminifier.com/), and convert icons for article topics. to base64 and include them in HTML/CSS.

With those last changes, the browser will send only one HTTP request. Since you use almost always the same icons, it will be really fast (2x quicker).

You can see an sample there : http://saulery.free.fr/undeadly/modified.htm

I could help a little for aesthetic but I'm not webdesigner nor mobile expert.
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