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    Non-SGML Character with XHTML?

    I was validating my XHTML code with the W3C validator and an error came up saying on this line:

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    Ours are just better!™<br />
    That there was a non SGML character. I looked around on the W3C website and couldn't find any help.

    So whats exactly wrong and how do I fix it?

    I assume they are refering to the '™' part but I have another line that has '&#169;' and it checked out okay.

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    Something like this will validate: <sup><span style="font-size:8px;">TM</span></sup>

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    yep that did it!

    thanks.


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