SprintPCS.com released its new re-designed Web site this weekend that meets Web Standards for XHTML and CSS. This is big news, for it’s another comercial site that has made the conversion to a more accessible Web.
There are only a few comercial sites that try to meet Web Standards. Most of the sites that do try to design to these standards are hobbiest sites like my own, or sites that are designed for Web developers (like A List Apart and SitePoint).
Every time a comercial site joins the Web Standards movement, my job gets just a little bit easier for I’m able to show our clients another example of how standards could benifit them.
The site that really got it all started was Wired, back in October 2002. Other standard-based comercial sites include…
It’s limited, I know. But it is growing.