Originally Posted by tunayx
In my site there's lots of codes and all worked fine except this code.
And other thing: I valitaded Google and that site has found 74 Errors, 12 warning(s) errors for Google. How can anybody explain it?
…and the moment something didn't work in a popular browser, they'd quite willingly check and double-check their code, making their code valid if invalidity was found to be the cause of a problem.
Believe me when I say that you're not the first to hold up Google as some kind of evidence that valid code is a nonsense - and that, therefore, invalid code can't be the reason that their site is broken. (If I'm honest, it's a bit of a newbie remark.)
Sometimes, they're right, but very often they're wrong. When IE appears to get it right and stricter browsers don't, then that suggests even more strongly that code invalidity (or malformedness) may be the root of the problem.
One way to rule out invalidity and malformedness as the cause of the problem is to make your code well-formed and valid.
I'm loathe to even get further into this debate, but I'll simply urge you one again to read the article to which I link in my signature.
It may well save us both from wasting my time.
You may not appreciate it now, but this is helpful advice.
Fwiw, there are numerous other problems and potential problems with both the site design and the approach used regarding the coding.
However, in all frankness, until you appear more receptive to the advice that has already being given, there's little incentive to spend my time offering more.