Quote from debian bug (http://bugs.debian.org/630943:
I have noticed several minor issues with the HTML output of awstats
1) it mis-marks its xhtml output as conforming to xhtml 1.0 strict, but it
is really transitional (as the non-xml html output is marked)
2) the non-xml html declaration doesn't include the system identifier.
this causes tidy to not recognize it, and also means that gecko browsers
use quirks mode rather than standards compliance mode.
3) <option selected="true"> is not valid. You're supposed to use
4) the CSS content is surrounded by HTML comments, which causes firefox to log
"Selector expected. Ruleset ignored due to bad selector"
Random webpages suggest that this practice hasn't been recommended
5) even more minor. A tag is used to trigger some css, where
a would do. This use of triggers a tidy warning
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