Re: [VE][105] Add Subject Here

Error [105] is caused by an extra quote that appears within a tag.   
Make sure that all attributes follow the pattern name="value" where  
every value is surrounded by quotes, and all values use &quo; for  
quotes that appear within the value.  In XHTML, all attributes must  
have a value, so for instance, <input type="radio" selected/> is not  
valid, <input type="checkbox" selected="selected"/> is valid.

There are 227 validation errors on this page.  It looks to me like you  
took an HTML 4 document and put an XHTML 1.0 Strict DTD at the top.   
Unfortunately a lot more must change in the document to make it a  
valid XHTML document, especially if you want to use the Strict DTD.

All tags must be lower case, <font> tags must go, <style> tags must  
include a "type" attribute, the <body> tag does not have a  
"background" attribute, and Javascript must be wrapped in a CDATA  
declaration to be valid.  Nearly every bit of style on this page is  
done with "align", "border", "width", and "height" attributes, all of  
which must be done with CSS.  Also , the <b> tag has been replaced by  
the <strong> tag, and there are other similar changes.

You may want to set this back to an HTML 4.01 Transitional DTD and  
make it valid with that doctype.

Here a couple of resources you may find helpful:

Robin Daugherty

On Mar 18, 2008, at 9:54 PM, Trampasj wrote:

> Validating
> Error [105]: "an attribute specification must start with a name or  
> name token"

Received on Thursday, 20 March 2008 09:18:04 UTC