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    w3c validator with verbose output

    Hi,

    when using the w3c validator and selecting the verbose output option on the bottom i get two items that i dont know what they are.

    modified undefined
    size undefined

    i been in the w3c docs and google for a while now and have not found anything as to what these items mean.

    i have included an image below

    thanks.
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    I suppose that’s the modified date and the file size; although I wouldn’t know how that matters.

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    Thanks Stephan, yeah i would not think so either, but im having a really hard time trying to track down an undefined value that is showing up on a site page. I have viewed the source, followed the css, used FF dev tools, did a w3c validate hoping that would show something that would cause that, but im running out of tools to use.

    It might be a conflict with one of the plugins for the site but there are many and deactivating each one would be a pain and i want that to be the last resort...

    If i send you the site link in a pm, do you have and special tricks or knowledge that you might be able to tell me where that is comming from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by durangod View Post
    If i send you the site link in a pm, do you have and special tricks or knowledge that you might be able to tell me where that is comming from?
    I donít know until I see the site behind the link.
    Donít you want the site to show up in search results that you want to send the link privately?
    Anyway, you made me curious. Please provide the link by any method you desire.

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    yeah but i dont want it spammed and thats what happens when i post site links on forums so i would rather do it privately.. Ill send you a pm thanks

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    the undefined text is in the top left corner of the signon page. From the source i can see that there are quite a few smiley functions on and after line 184 i guess the best thing to do is for me to to go thru them one by one and find out what exactly is not being defined.

    Now that i know its the smiley function, now i need to find out the value that is not being defined. Im not sure what the best way to do that is.

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    Got your pm thanks for your help... appreciate it..

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    I did find the issue finally, the plugin was trying to load values that were only available after login. So it was a simple addition of an

    if not authenticated return statement

    in one of the functions and that was it..

    thanks again..

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    I’m glad you got it figured out.


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