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Re: Validator: #autoXML196424196424 - what? :-)

From: David Dorward <david@dorward.me.uk>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2007 11:23:27 +0100
Message-Id: <D253B1AD-AA0F-4F17-9F4C-2782DE0BFA81@dorward.me.uk>
Cc: www-validator-css@w3.org
To: Thomas Auge <auge@virtues.net>

On 25 Sep 2007, at 11:11, Thomas Auge wrote:
> Towards the bottom I get a warning about a Tag named  
> "#autoXML196424196424" for http://www.kiss-chance.de (the page, not  
> the style sheet, which is /css/style_creme.css and analyzed above)  
> in line 111.
> Line 111 does not have any style information. The warning is about  
> font-families (can't copy/paste here, because I get the german  
> validator output). There is not a single font family style in that  
> HTML code.

I can see
   style="color: #7b2317; font-family: courier new, courier; font- 
in the source code.

> In line 112 the validator complains about the same foreground and  
> background color for the contexts "body" and  
> "#autoXML196424196425" (Note: This is a different name than the one  
> mentioned above!).

I'm not going to go back to that page to check the details (it isn't  
exactly work safe), but if I remember correctly, this means you've  
specified a background colour for the body element, and a color that  
is the same as that background colour for another element (without  
specifying a background colour for it).

> Other errors I get and not fully understand are about "expression",  
> a workaround I use to accomplish some positioning in IE6.

Expression a proprietary Microsoft extension and is not part of CSS,  
any use of it is invalid.

David Dorward
Received on Tuesday, 25 September 2007 10:24:34 UTC

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