WWW Pages that are certified to conform to the INTERNET DRAFT HTML SPECIFICATION - 2.0 (28-Nov-94) carry the NØTscape Certified trademark. "Nought-scape" certification means that you loose nothing (nought) from the presentation, even if you're "bare-footing" the Web in "text-only" mode, i.e., all of the neat little icon anchors have an alternate text display, so you don't miss bupkiss.
NØTscape certification is in no way connected to the NOTscape Certified Logo, a symbol that indicates the absence of Netscape HTML extensions, like tiled background patterns (wallpaper), blinking text, <CENTER>, etc.
OTOH, if you do not see the NØTscape Certified trademark, then you might not be seeing the Entire Page as intended by the author. If you are using Spry Mosaic, for example, then you are really missing a lot of the visual impact of the WWW page!
1996-10-30 After viewing the Web from a text-only browser at a public library, I became aware of Lynx Friendly pages and certification tools for same, but I don't think I'll worry too much about that on my image-intensive pages.
1997-04-01 Dennette's HomeBoy Page now uses HTML 3.2 (1997-01-14) features, and a lot of these pages (like this one) have passed the rigors of A Kinder, Gentler HTML Validator from the University of Alberta, Canada.
2002-08-22 Dennette's HomeBoy Page has been
using HTML 4.01 (1999-12-24)
for Quite Some Time now.