Re: [VE][108]

Chandru : if you select the "Show source" option in
the validator, then click on the line number in each
of your twelve or so error messages, it will take
you to the line at which it has detected the problem.

For example, the first error reported is

"Line 18, Column 198: end tag for element "a" which is not open"

and clicking on "18" will cause the following line
to appear at the top of your screen :

"# <div class="logo"><img src="images/image/hcx-logo.jpg" alt="health services,healthcare services,healthcare company,healthcare services in india,healthcare company in" width="253" height="139" /></a></div>"

It should then be clear to you what is causing the problem.
In this case, for example, there are a clear use of "</a>"
with no matching opening "<a>".

Where you get a message of the form "there is no
<something> <something>", it means exactly what it
says : you have used an attribute or element that
does not exist in the language in which the page
is written -- in this case, XHTML 1.0 Transitional.

Philip Taylor
Chandru A S Kannan wrote:
> Please suggest.
> Validating
> Error [108]: "there is no attribute X"

Not sent from my i-Pad, i-Phone, Blackberry, Blueberry, or any
such similar poseurs' toy, none of which would I be seen dead
with even if they came free with every packet of cornflakes.

Received on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 13:03:08 UTC