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

From: Rowne-Wuff Mastaile <wuffxiii@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 07:19:17 +0100
Message-ID: <9192502004092723194861c6c5@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-validator-css@w3.org

I have an update...

Just out of curiousity, I decided to try running the validator over my
local mirror.


Anyway, it doesn't validate.

The kicker is that the errors are different to the ones I get for
katbox.net, even though the files are exactly the same (aside from the
image locations, ../ on the server and ../images/ on my mirror).

This has to be a bug in the validator.  There is no 'width' on line
160 -- because there is no line 160.


I didn't think I was losing my mind.  Same stylesheet, different
errors.  So... there you have it.

On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 07:10:49 +0100, Rowne-Wuff Mastaile
<wuffxiii@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm aware there are suggestions but my stylesheets always validated
> before (I was even given the site buttons to prove it) even though
> those suggestions existed.  They were something I merely never got
> around to addressing but I stress that now it's not properly importing
> my stylesheet, the stylesheet I have on that server and what the
> validator shows are different.
> Every time I visited the validator before, every line below 'Valid CSS
> information' matched my CSS file, that's correct, isn't it?  Now the
> lines below 'Valid CSS information' don't match mine (note the inherit
> lines).
> I use Mozilla Firefox if that helps but I've asked others to take a
> look too and they see the same.  In fact it was originally the site
> owner that pointed it out to me and I spent ages trying to figure it
> out...
> http://mastaile.mine.nu/results/
> Please take a look at that.  This is what myself and the other fellows
> I asked see when we try to validate the stylesheet.
> The CSS file hasn't changed since a week ago, when it was validating
> yet suddenly, out of the blue this happens.  It was only by an
> off-chance that it was noticed so if you could shed any light on this,
> please do.
> --
> "That rock over there is really a well-disguised Turtle."

"That rock over there is really a well-disguised Turtle."
Received on Tuesday, 28 September 2004 06:19:18 UTC

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