Students become a member of the Student Web Developers Group (SWDG), a college student group that scours the internet for outdated websites. They offer web development expertise for short 1 to 2 months projects intended only to update an existing site at a very affordable rate. Each SWDG group defines what “outdated” means. This definition should include XHTML DTD standards and the use of frames and tables for page layouts. SWDG is NOT interested in the content of the web pages that it evaluates. ONLY the code is of interest to the SWDG. When the SWDG team is done with a site, it looks almost exactly as it did before being rewritten. The difference in the pages is in their maintainability, response time, and load time.