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Problem with website?

From: Hal Levison <hal@boulder.swri.edu>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2008 15:35:22 -0600
Message-ID: <48E14A1A.2050902@boulder.swri.edu>
To: www-validator@w3.org
CC: Dirk Terrell <terrell@boulder.swri.edu>

I am having a problem with the validator that started around 2PM MT
this afternoon.  If I use the "Validate by File Upload" facility to
look at a file, I get an error that says "No Character Encoding Found!
Falling back to UTF-8".  However, if I use the "Validate by URL", W3C
says that the file is OK.

As I said: 1) This is the same file and .js files, and 2) This
problem with the upload started this afternoon.  It was working fine
this morning.

An example of a page I am having problems with is

I am using firefox on a macine running Fedora core 8.

Thanks for any input.

Hal Levison
Space Studies Department          hal@boulder.swri.edu
Southwest Research Institute      (WWW) http://www.boulder.swri.edu
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