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CSS Problems Redux

From: Peter L. Kantor <kantor@daaq.net>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 13:03:06 -0400
To: www-validator-css@w3.org
Message-Id: <200110101245734.SM00449@012345>
Okay, found the thing causing the font-weight error.  I was looking at one style sheet in the browser 
an validating an almost twin of it (menu pages vs .content pages).  Fixed now.  Still doesn't like hex-
values for colors though.

Still have a few frustrated students who automatically assume that they must be wrong and the 
validator must be right.  Time for a general post I suppose.

Peter K.

10/10/01 1:45:59 PM, Peter L. Kantor <kantor@daaq.net> wrote:

>Since when did hexadecimal values cease to be a valid way to specify colors?  Also, the "font-
weight" error does not exist in the code.  
>There is no "font-weight: 1.2em;" nor is there a place anywhere in the code where a missing semi-
colon might mimick this error.
>
>Peter K.
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