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Re: That's not even my CSS! Aieee.

From: Carole <caroleanne@designs.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 22:20:39 -0700
To: "Rowne-Wuff Mastaile" <wuffxiii@gmail.com>, www-validator-css@w3.org
Message-ID: <opse0ugpiibhg79r@sammamish.designs.com>

Hmmmm.  I don't see a problem.  Your CSS validates.  The validator does  
make a couple *suggestions*.  One is that you add a generic font to your  
font-family.  This is referring to the font-family listing "impact" - no  
generic as you did for the "Arial" font-family.  The second is referencing  
"opacity".  The CSS version being used is CSS version 2 and "opacity" is  
not a valid property for this version.  With regard to the <snip>  
<space>:<space> rubbish or any of the other nonsense that had
> magically worked its way in, that is how the validator reproduces your  
> code.  It isn't rubbish, either.  It is perfectly valid as written.



> Yet on validation, there are errors there which don't even exist in
> the source file.  So I uploaded from a local file and there are errors
> there that don't even exist in the file I uploaded from.
> Please, check for yourself.
> Use http://jigsaw.w3.org/ to validate
> http://katbox.net/stylesheets/fx.css.  Compare the source file with
> the results.  Look at the mess that is the results, it's not even my
> code.  Could anyone tell me what's going on there?
> I know the bug reports are going to flow in soon... as people
> foolhardily report errors in my CSS that don't even exist.  <.<

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