Re: Website - page error, in information given

Hi Ville;
I did not remove the cc from my previous email, there was no cc.
Similarly, there is no cc on the email you just sent.
But I did dig around and found the proper cc. (I guess)

I figured out what was happening:
I design/prepare my pages locally, on my hard drive on my computer.  When
finished, ftp to server for use on the web.
So when I tested page(s) the checker/referer link was sending the local
address (as that was the address) thus getting the invalid
address/revalidator page.

Just tested, with provided wording on actual webpage and works like it

Sorry over the confusion on my part.

On 02/05/2003 11:11 PM, Ville Skyttä wrote:

> Michael, please don't remove the list from Cc.  Others will want to
> benefit from the discussions as well.
> On Thu, 2003-02-06 at 04:44, Michael Wilking wrote:
>> > Ville,
>> > Thanks for the response, but it does not answer the q.
>> > I fone puts the image on one˙s webpage using the example code provided
>> > and then a visitor to the page clicks on the image/link the visitor
>> > will get the revalidator/error page at validator.w3c website.
> Could you give me an example of a page that exhibits this?  If you get
> an error from clicking that link, maybe your page is not valid and the
> error is ok?
> I see no problems with it, see eg. the valid XHTML badge at the bottom
> of the validator front page at <>.

Mike Wilking
619 990 7642

Received on Thursday, 6 February 2003 12:48:23 UTC