FeCoding Is Giving Away 5 PSD to XHTML Conversion Service – Just Comment Now And Win

33 Responses

  1. Dustin Boston says:

    That is a great service, although I wish they had some samples posted.

    Of course XHTML is the only way to go for a couple of reasons:

    1. Cleaner, more structured markup
    2. Greater accessibility

  2. Mohomed Abdullahi says:

    XHTML is better than HTML because of the great structure of the code it self, and the better cross-browser formating that fits with any browser.

  3. Garcya says:

    I’ve worked with FeCoding, promoted their services, their great and I would love to have them slice up some designs I make for upcoming clients.

  4. Rishi says:

    XHTML makes the world (wide web) a nicer place

    πŸ™‚

  5. Duncan Lawrence says:

    XHTML just makes much more sense than simply HTML. It’s cleaner, more easily updated/changed, and, well, it’s the way the internet is going, so why not jump on the bandwagon if it’s so good?

    Have a nice day. πŸ™‚

  6. Joel Ji says:

    Cool service for designers who wish to spend time on designing pages rather than breaking heads on coding πŸ˜›

    Well.. XHTML webpages are “accessible across browsers/devices”, because coding standards like appropriate doctypes, attribute quotes, well structured and properly nested tags are followed for a valid XHTML page.

    Segregation of Design from the content which gives more flexible webpage.

  7. Paul says:

    XHTML is the wave of the future …

    and that’s all I have to say about that.

  8. nicole@younic says:

    Well, convince me! Internet Explorer 6 & 7, Firefox 2 & 3, Opera, Safari and Google Chrome?! All in valid XHTML and CSS based? If it’s worth you can bet you’ll get more than one request from me!

  9. Ian says:

    This… isn’t really all that difficult, and you’ll probably catch someone going on about this for pages and pages at some point. πŸ˜›

    That being said, as far as many important web companies are concerned, HTML is on the way out. XHTML is generally cleaner, more structured, and streamlined in comparison to HTML. This makes it easier to sort through, render, and interpret for many browsers & search engines and more often than not, causes your coding to fail a bit less.

    More importantly, and really the bottom line for those who will debate that HTML is better, XHTML is now accepted as the web standard, and is thus “the wave of the future” as Paul stated a few posts above this one. Everyone is aiming for web standard compliance nowadays. Microsoft attempted to “blaze” their own “trail” for quite a while, but now that they see they’re being beaten out by those who embraced web standards, they’re falling in line.

    Who knows how soon, but Basic HTML will be dropped at some point, your pages might work, but probably not as well. Depending on how often you plan on redesigning/structuring your web site, it’s probably a good idea to switch over now than later. You don’t want to be the guy making a living selling black coffee when a Starbucks opens across the street.

  10. AtOurGates says:

    Because it has an X. ‘Nuff said.

  11. Steve Robillard says:

    I am creating a new app that will make use of math xml so for me xhtml offers much better support

  12. Montana Flynn says:

    Because its all I’ve ever done! Im only 21 so I skipped right past the days of html.

  13. bmx316 says:

    I am really excited to learn more about XHTML

  14. teraom says:

    Because god let Microsoft create ie6 and then ie7. In a general view – all good browsers (read everything but IE) deliver the html WYSIWYG, but the same content at bad browsers (read IE) lets you scream – What you see is “what the f**k”.
    God compensated by giving xhtml..

  15. torontovisitor says:

    I read a statistic that only 4.13% of the web is standards-compliant. Which makes one question the value of the current web standards. Currently we have a situation where every web browser vendor interprets the standard differently which is why a web page can look different on different browsers. And web standards are changing so rapidly that sites are quickly becoming outdated. Why are more developers not creating standards-compliant web sites? I think coding complexity is a huge part of the problem. Even seasons web developers can not give a good answer as to the proper use of doctypes, xhtml vs html, etc. Creating web pages used to be easy which is one of the reasons the web exploded in popularity – anyone could fireup a text editor or a program like dreamweaver and publish their web page. Today I think the learning curve to properly code standards-compliance web sites is quite high and I would like to see W3C and the other standards organizations addressing that issue so that the web remains accessible to all.

  16. Chuck Reynolds says:

    Because you’re not good unless you’re rollin with strict markup! True Story
    Xhtml is more structured, semantic, and just Mo Betta!
    Also the separation of content from design is imperative these days for quality jump on SEO and rankings.

    I was interested to hear about FeCoding, though as Dustin already said, I’d like to see some samples of their coding. I’m always looking for a good front-end coders too so lets see what they’ve got πŸ™‚

  17. Fatih Güner says:

    saying hi from turkey, brilliant service, thanks everyone

  18. Nick Pagano says:

    These are great services that allow designers that are not necessarily create with coding, to create a unique, standards compliant site, with great functionality. XHTML is the better choice as the web is increasingly growing toward more standards compliance.

  19. James says:

    As a web designer I understand how valid XHTML is more adaptable and deliverable than standard HTML.

  20. New From Google Blogs says:

    you will be contacted directly by FeCoding and they will help you with the PSD to XHTML Process for FREE! …
    FeCoding offers client side programming!!

  21. Paul0v2 says:

    Simply because XHTML is more dynamic, easier and cleaner. It’s the future baby, don’t be stuck on the past when people use to make websites on HTML.

  22. Trisox says:

    i heard a lot of these services love to try it out so i might use it more often if i like it…

  23. Mark Aplet says:

    XHTML is better than HTML because it does not disguise or hide bad programming like HTML does. It forces developers to stick the rules. This has a side benefit of making your website code more maintainable and understandable to others (and yourself) in the future. Honestly It’s what HTML should have been many years ago.

  24. alexut says:

    xhtml is better than html because it has an extra x. It’s quite obvious when you look at it. It’s like in xfiles, xmen, xray, if it’s x has to be superior.

    aleX.

  25. Bigbuddha says:

    It just is ’cause my momma told me!

  26. Sunhay says:

    xhtml is to html like web 2.0 is to web 1.0. Its helps keep code organized and consistent.

  27. Mike D says:

    Because change for the better is good for the world.

  28. club penguin says:

    Great services that allow designers that are not necessarily create with coding, to create a unique, standards compliant site, with great functionality. XHTML is the better choice as the web is increasingly growing toward more standards compliance.

  29. paciepreplege says:

    What’s up – This is a great forum

    Just registered and wanted to say hello.

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  31. bhobia says:

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