The XHTML is tested to be valid with XHTML-1.0 Strict, which ensures that User Agents, such as browsers, can unambiguously interpret the contents. By using semantically appropriate elements, User Agents can determine the structure and importance of the documents. This makes it much easier for search engines to display the most appropriate search results and provides a solid foundation on which to build the design.
The presentation is completely built using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This has several advantages: pages load faster, the design can be easily changed and the design can be made device-dependent, allowing a completely different presentation for mobile devices and printers. Devices which don't support CSS (such as search engines) can still display the page.
More information about web standards can be found at the website from the W3C.
This website was designed and built by Solide, a Dutch web design company which specializes in usable, accessible web sites. The website is built on the Open Source Drupal content management system, and was enhanced with various modules to provide missing functionality. The logo was designed by Emilio Perez.