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Why a difference in the way a page is validated when uploaded vs. URL given?????

From: Beard, Michael <beardm@lit-mail.lamar.edu>
Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 10:18:02 -0600
Message-ID: <202F40AF870ECB44A1BCF45A970A381D04AF6D@LIT-MAIL.LAMAR.EDU>
To: "'www-validator@w3.org'" <www-validator@w3.org>

   I validated a page called 'intro.htm', giving the URL
'http://bcis.lamar.edu/intro.htm <http://bcis.lamar.edu/intro.htm> ' and the
page validated the <html> down to the <font color=""> tag.  The <font
color=""> tag is the first tag giving an error.  In all, 9 errors were
   When I tried to upload the same file from my harddrive, the validator did
not give the 'Revalidate' button, said the <html> tag was in error, and gave
a total of 31 errors.
   Why the difference?  The results should be the same, no matter if the
page is referenced as a URL or as a file uploaded to the Validator.  Please
respond in a timely fashion.

Michael D. Beard
(409) 839-2915, beardm@lit.edu <mailto:beardm@lit-mail.lamar.edu> 
Instructor I, Business & Computer Information Systems, Supervision,
Lamar Institute of Technology
Received on Friday, 21 February 2003 11:20:28 UTC

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