ATLANTA, September 26, 2006--Hannon Hill Corporation, makers of web content management solutions, today announced survey results revealing only 14 percent of America's Best Colleges ranked by US News & World Report are compliant with HTML/XHTML web standards recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The key benefits to maintaining a W3C standards-compliant website include having better accessibility for a wide range of disabled users and improved search engine rankings.

"Given that standardized tests like the SAT and GRE are major evaluation criteria American colleges depend on for selection processes, it only works...

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