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Spurious <li> error in August Tidy Windows release

From: Bob Boeri <bboeri@forefield.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Aug 2000 09:33:15 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <00b301c00074$6d76ea50$8b00a8c0@forefield.com>
To: <html-tidy@w3.org>
I have started a small regression test of the August Tidy release. The May (and July) releases "tidied" up a test file fine, as did the August version (the August version now generates the Tidy log file). However, the August version now gives an error message I believe is spurious and am wondering if Tidy is really referring to some other error that I can't find. The spurious error is:
 
    line 24 column 1 - Warning: <li> isn't allowed in <body> elements

and the context, approximately lines 20-25, is:

   <body
   onload='javascript:if (top.frames.length&gt;0) parent.docLoaded(window.location.href);'>
      <span class="DocTitle">Cash Reserve (Overview)</span><br />
      <span class="DocTitle">Discussion</span> 
      <p>
         <a id="h1_0" name="h1_0"><span class="HeadingNumber">1.0</span></a> <a
         href="../fp/FP05-00-V000-SY.html#h1_0" class="HeadingText">What is a
         cash reserve?</a><br />
          A cash reserve is ...text omitted... </p>
      <ul class="noindent">
         <li class="CautionText">
            <img src="../Caution.gif" class="CautionText" />Terminology is
            important here because... 


Comments-suggestions?
TIA!

Bob Boeri
Received on Monday, 7 August 2000 14:23:33 GMT

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