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    Regular Coder Ranger56's Avatar
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    Lots of text help.

    Ok, I'm redesigning the school website because it sucks. With the redesign, I'll be using CSS. The problem is, this saff list was made by reatrds. Each row has its own <style> tag thats about four feet long. The table it huge and I'm either going to have to re-code it all or find out a way to just dele all the style tags.

    Anyone know how?

    I'm not gonna post the code because it has phone numbers and email adresses.

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    If the website is already online I see no reason not to post it, as it's not like you're putting anything online that isn't already.

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    No, the thing is, the code for it is crap, and it's ugly. So I'm making it less crap and more organized.

    I just decided to type out the table... it's huge...


    EDIT::

    What do these warnings mean?

    <!--
    "Warning", "1","C:\Documents and Settings\Scott\Desktop\SCHOOLSITE\staff.html","staff.html","1","1","0","HTML DOCTYPE doesn't match content"
    "Comment", "2","C:\Documents and Settings\Scott\Desktop\SCHOOLSITE\staff.html","staff.html","1","0","0","Document appears to be HTML proprietary. Doctype given is "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN""
    "Comment", "3","C:\Documents and Settings\Scott\Desktop\SCHOOLSITE\staff.html","staff.html","1","0","0","1 warning, 0 errors were found."
    -->
    Last edited by Ranger56; 03-21-2005 at 01:59 AM.

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    does that come from tidy or some other html validator? its telling you that the doctype on that page is either the wrong one or one doesn't exist at all, but we can't really be too sure, it could be something else causing that error, wont know for sure until we see some type of code


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