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MutantSurvivor
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I am curious about the validation logos that you are using as they are not the standard ones the W3C provide. I had seen them before pointed out to me by someone who had saved them but didnt know where they came from.

Where do they originate from and can I use them freely in my pages as I really like them.

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Validation Logos

Here you go, lots of ready made ones:

http://www.gtmcknight.com/buttons/validated.php

or make your own:

http://kalsey.com/tools/buttonmaker/

Before you make your first post it is vital that you READ THE POSTING GUIDELINES!
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Please post ALL your code - both CSS & HTML - in [code] tags
Please validate and ensure you have included a full Doctype before posting.
Why validate? Read Me

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Validation Logos

Anonymous
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Validation Logos

Yes, they are much nicer than the W3C versions.

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Validation Logos

Many thanks guys.

Am using them with impunity now.