Really. See how it validates a page built on my Scherzo WordPress theme.
On the face of it, this isn’t a bad result. Two low importance failures and one medium.
It’s just that the majority of the problems have nothing to do with how well the page performs on a mobile device:
- it generates a slew of errors because I don’t use XHTML. I don’t use XHTML because XHTML has been dead for about a year.
- it doesn’t like the
itag I use. Apart from the fact that
ihas been gloriously reinterpreted, I don’t see how its usage has ever affected how a mobile device renders the page
- it frowns upon the
@mediaqueries I use, even though they contain styles for modern browsers. If your device doesn’t understand
@mediayou get the default, mobile friendly stylesheet
In short, it’s pretty useless. I assume it hasn’t had any love for a while.