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Validating website code

Syntactically, the sentence is correct, since all the elements of the sentence, subject ("Chris"), verb ("ate") and object ("a pie") are in the right order.

Let's take this sentence "Chris a sandwich ate" which is grammatically incorrect when used in a non-poetic context.

If you see a red text message stating “We weren't able to verify your site,” review the information in the steps above and try again.

Kentico provides built-in page validation features. The main advantage of the built-in validators over standard web based validation services is that your pages do not need to be live to get validated.

That is, it will check that it complies with the CSS standards set by the W3 Consortium.

There are a few which will also tell you which CSS features are supported by which browsers (since not all browsers are equal in their CSS implementation).

To complete the addition of a new site to your account, you need to verify that you own the site by proving ownership. Click the option best suited for your site and follow the on-screen instructions: Once you have added the ownership verification code to your site or in your DNS, click Verify.

If Bing Webmaster Tools is able to verify your site, you will see your site information begin to populate.

Others validate only when they make a major design change.