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Re: Amaya not displaying pages as do IE8 and Firefox 3

From: Keith Rubow <krubow@micro-aide.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 14:31:04 -0800
Message-ID: <4CEC40A8.8090209@micro-aide.com>
To: www-amaya@w3.org
Your <ul>s contained in the <div id="Content"> seem to be "leaking" out 
of the content div, but I don't know why. Enclosing the problem content 
inside a <div class="segblock"> seems to fix the rendering in Amaya. 
Perhaps someone with more CSS expertise than myself can explain this 
problem.

IE is another matter entirely. Too bad it can't be ignored.

Keith Rubow

Gary Trujillo wrote:
> OK.  I've fixed the page back to the way it was yesterday, before the SSI
> include files got messed with by someone who will remain anonymous. :-)
> I've also isolated my files from the main site ones to prevent such a 
> thing
> from happening again.
>
> So, once again, I ask, what's wrong with the page at:
>
>   http://btlonline.org/2010/101126-btl-gst.html
>
> or could there be a problem in how Amaya is rendering the page?
>
> The W3C and WDG validators both now give it a pass.
>
> And again, the problem is illustrated on the screenshots page at:
>
>   http://btlonline.org/demo/101122-amaya_display.html
>
> Thanks to Peter and to anyone else who might have time to take
> a look.
>
> Gary
>
>
> On 11/23/2010 3:29 PM, Gary Trujillo wrote:
>> On 11/23/2010 3:23 PM, Peter Kerr wrote:
>>> The Philosopher's Stone of web markup is believed by many
>>> to be http://www.w3.org/QA/Tools/#validators
>>> in particular http://validator.w3.org/
>>>
>>> which shows 51 errors on 
>>> http://btlonline.org/2010/101126-btl-gst.html...
>>
>> Someone else on my team must have messed with one or more of the SSI
>> include files, then.  Before I posted my article, I made sure that 
>> there were
>> no validation errors - using both the W3C and WDG validators.  I'll 
>> check
>> out the situation, fix the errors, and then post an "all clear."  In 
>> any event,
>> I'm sure the problem is not due to problems with the HTML itself, but I
>> admit it's difficult to prove when there remain errors in the code.
>>
>> brb...  :-)
>>
>
>
> .
>
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