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Problems with <A NAME> on your CSS site

From: Michael Kragh Pedersen <m_kragh_pedersen@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2003 17:43:04 +0200
To: site-comments@w3.org
Message-ID: <BAY2-F78FBit5r8MiUB000037e5@hotmail.com>

If you check the source code for the following link:


you have made 2 different kinds of <A NAME> links, meaning that for example, 
you have made both a <a name="index-B">&nbsp;</a> link and a <a 
name="index-b">&nbsp;</a> link.

According to this link from your website:

(search for the first occurence of Uniqueness)

it is not legal to have 2 <A NAME> tags with the same value for NAME except 
for the case sensitivity.

Furthermore the links looking like this:

<A HREF="#index-b">B</A>

all lead to the same place on the website, hence just before the values 
beginning with a, because of this double occurence of the <A NAME> tags.

Michael K. P.

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