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07-23-2007, 03:49 PM #1
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Help with site html validation
i want to validate my html but none of the errors comments are making any sense to me ?, heres the link to the html validation report: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...itesled.com%2F
and heres the link to my site: http://technolanecss.sitesled.com/
would you guys be able to help ?
07-23-2007, 04:28 PM #2
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- Error 1: You don’t use XML empty‐element tags  in an HTML document. That slash (/) character means something totally different  in HTML, hence the odd error message.
- Error 2: The language attribute is formally deprecated (obsolete) in favor of the type attribute. Deprecated features are not allowed when using a Strict DTD.
- Errors 3‒10: The embed element is not defined in the HTML 4.01 Specification; it’s a proprietary technology. Use the object element instead .
- Error 11: The align attribute is deprecated in favor of CSS. In this case, you should be using the text-align property.
- Error 12: You declared the type attribute twice. Declaring an attribute twice is not allowed in HTML.
- Errors 13‒16: Elements are not allowed to appear outside of the html element.
- Error 17: The center element is deprecated in favor of CSS.
- Error 19: Elements that have an inline display by default, such as a, may not appear as immediate children of the noscript element in a Strict document. You need to put a naturally block‐level element, such as div, in between any inline elements and the noscript element.
- Error 20: The border attribute is deprecated in favor of the CSS border properties.
- Error 21: This is related to Error 19. The noscript element requires, at least, one naturally block‐level child element.
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