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yannibmbr
02-28-2008, 05:58 AM
Hello all,
I'm in the process of finishing up my site. I'm having a heck of a time validating my css. I've validated the html. But I can't seem to wrap my head around the CSS portion of it. So I come to you fine people of the codingforums.com forum to help me out.

Here's the link to the CSS validation output.
CSS Validation Link (http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http://concentricconcepts.com/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1)

Or just look at the output:
URI : http://concentricconcepts.com/components/com_jomcomment/style.css
159 #bb_main > div Value Error : display -moz-inline-block is not a display value : -moz-inline-block
171 div.bb_item Value Error : display -moz-inline-block is not a display value : -moz-inline-block
463 .emailForm Value Error : display -moz-inline-box is not a display value : -moz-inline-box
URI : http://concentricconcepts.com/components/com_jomcomment/templates/breeze/comment_style.css
215 .comment_action Value Error : display -moz-inline-box is not a display value : -moz-inline-box
237 .postresponse, .viewresponses, div#trackback_title Value Error : font-size-adjust Property font-size-adjust doesn't exist : none
238 .postresponse, .viewresponses, div#trackback_title Property font-stretch doesn't exist : normal
266 .commentinfo cite Value Error : font-size-adjust Property font-size-adjust doesn't exist : none
267 .commentinfo cite Property font-stretch doesn't exist : normal
299 #jc_commentForm .submitbutton Value Error : font-size-adjust Property font-size-adjust doesn't exist : none
300 #jc_commentForm .submitbutton Property font-stretch doesn't exist : normal

As far as I can tell, the CSS appears valid.. Perhaps there is a rule I am not yet aware of.

What has two thumbs and is completely befuddled by this issue??? This guy!

Thanks for your help.
Alex

_Aerospace_Eng_
02-28-2008, 06:24 AM
Most of it is valid but you need to validate with the CSS 2.1 profile. As for the invalid stuff. This is invalid

display: -moz-inline-block
That value is a mozilla only value. display is fine but -moz-inline-block is not.

yannibmbr
03-03-2008, 09:33 PM
Hey there,
Thanks for the reply, getting rid of the css that contained -moz did the trick and Firefox was no worse for wear either...



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