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Re: [VE][65] - Having Trouble Resolving This While Accomplishing What I Want

From: Steven <steven_schneider@telus.net>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 08:06:44 -0600
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-ID: <20071101140643.GA27041@gemini.wss-ds.org>

* Steven <steven_schneider@telus.net> [071027 23:28]:
> I've made some changes to my personal webpages, which used to be
> valid 4.01 Transitional HTML.  Now I get HTML errors in the validator and 
> I'm having difficulty resolving them and accomplishing what I want to do.  
> My CSS _seems_ to check out, albeit with some warnings about colour.
>
> http://www3.telus.net/~stvndi/

I haven't heard anything, and haven't found the original post in the
archives, nor any responses to it.

However, I seem to have come up with my own solution.

> ie:
>
> <ul>
>      <div id="nav0">
>           <li>
>               <a href="some_link">Page1</a>
>           </li>
>      </div>
>        .
>        .
>        .
> </ul>
>
Originally, I had the entire list wrapped in the a DIV called
"nav-links."  I changed that DIV to a CLASS and redefined few things
in my CSS, and I got rid of the navN tags.

I now have a horizontal menu, and the HTML validates!  I'll still
have to validate the CSS to see if it's okay.

In retrospect, I wonder if defining the "nav-links" tag as a CLASS,
rather than a DIV, was really necessary?

Thanks again for your time.

-- 
W. Steven Schneider  <steven_schneider@telus.net>
Received on Thursday, 1 November 2007 17:48:42 GMT

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