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RE: XHTML validator problems

From: Allan Smith <allan.smith@samsung.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 14:17:09 +0000
To: 'Allan Smith' <allan.smith@samsung.com>, www-validator@w3.org
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Oops - I do feel a prat - missed the Capital s - 

Allan


-----Original Message-----
From: Allan Smith [mailto:allan.smith@samsung.com] 
Sent: 26 February 2004 14:08
To: 'www-validator@w3.org'
Subject: RE: XHTML validator problems

I am rewriting an email form - originally in HTML4 transitional
Simplified version at
http://www.telfordsteamrailway.co.uk/newcss/htmlform.htm
I changed the JScript so that in this example validation always fails

My XHTML1.1 / CSS verion at
http://www.telfordsteamrailway.co.uk/newcss/xhtmlform.html

will not verify - it objects to the 'onSubmit" event in the form line

did I make a mistake?
Or how do I achieve this same process of 'validating' user form entries
In XHTML?

Allan Smith


-----Original Message-----
From: Allan Smith [mailto:allan.smith@samsung.com] 
Sent: 21 January 2004 09:12
To: 'www-validator@w3.org'
Subject: XHTML validator problems

The page at
http://www.telfordsteamrailway.co.uk/testcss.shtml

validates as XHTML1.0 Transitional using the online validator at
http://validator.w3.org

But when I change the DTD to Strict it fails
Also if I change the DTD to XHTML 1.1 it fails 
align="right" not valid in IMG (line 50)
But there is no objection to 
Align="left" in IMG (line58)
I'm obviously missing a trick here - help please?

If I validate using the online URL (transitional) all is OK
But if I use a local copy and upload I get the following error message

Note: The HTTP Content-Type header sent by your web browser (unknown) did
not contain a "Charest" parameter, but the Content-Type was one of the XML
text/* sub-types (text/xml). The relevant specification (RFC 3023) specifies
a strong default of "us-ASCII" for such documents so we will use this value
regardless of any encoding you may have indicated elsewhere. If you would
like to use a different encoding, you should arrange to have your browser
send this new encoding information.

Any suggestions?

Allan Smith
Webmanager
Telford Steam Railway
Received on Thursday, 26 February 2004 09:17:16 GMT

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