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Re: URL not supported by this version---- DTD did not contain element declaration for document type

From: Ed Martin <edman007x@mac.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 23:07:32 -0400
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-Id: <378779B6-0118-11D8-AE0A-0003934DD798@mac.com>

i got it working, i was unaware i had to download the DTD files, oops


On Friday, October 17, 2003, at 09:51 PM, Saqib Ali wrote:

> "URL not supported by this version" is usually a message from onsgmls
> 1.3x.
>
> If you have onsgmls 1.5 make sure your path is setup properly.
> Sometimes that is the problem.
>
> Saqib Ali
> ---------
> http://validate.sourceforge.net <--- HTML/XHTML/DocBook Validator
>
> On Fri, 17 Oct 2003, Ed Martin wrote:
>
>>
>> i'm trying to get the validator to work on my computer and the page
>> comes up and it validates, but it says  "URL not supported by this
>> version" and then "DTD did not contain element declaration for 
>> document
>> type" (both hi-lighted in red) for the doctype part of any page, then
>> it proceeds to say i have hundreds of errors, it has a problem with
>> every tag, for example, i am getting "# Line 11, column 54:  there is
>> no attribute "ALT"  (explain...)." for an img tag, i tried validating
>> www.w3c.org and it came up with hundreds of errors
>>
>>
>> this is probably has to do with me not installing something right, but
>> i just can't figure it out
>>
>> i'm also getting "reference to entity FOO for which no system
>> identifier could be generated" and "entity was defined here"
>> (hi-lighted in red) for &nbsp;
>>
>> i'm using the newest version of the validator and OpenSP/OpenJade,
>> apache2, slackware 9
>>
>>
>
Received on Friday, 17 October 2003 23:09:30 GMT

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