Sorry, Judy, I thought I was on the right list. I will go over there.
I am using CSE Validator Standard. I copied the clip in the last e-mail
I sent so everyone could read it and make some sense of it to me. The clip
was of no use to me since I did not understand it.
Thanks for your help though!
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jody" <kjv-av1611@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 12:29 AM
Subject: Re: [NTB] input attributes
> Hi Kerry,
> You might have much better results posting over on the NoteTab
> and HTML list. http://www.fookes.us/maillist.htm You can also try
> my online validator using CSE Validator Lite which is a
> sup[ported third party product for NoteTab. I makes a Clips book
> of all the errors, warnings, messages, etc. and you can click in
> the Clips to get to the exact line of code in question. There is
> a download for the freeware version at the bottom of every ntb-
> HTML@yahoogroups.com message. I thing it is a version behind
> right now, so I'm waiting for the beta to be released as full
> version before I upgrade the download. It still works fine. You
> just install it where you want when NoteTab is closed, then use
> the Tools | Validate HTML feature. You can change the Shortcut
> to whatever you want in Shortcuts.dat file. (Reference Help for
> that. I use Alt+Z myself. <g> Oh, go to http://www.notetab.net
> to try out the online validator.
>>My webpages won't validate because the following code does not
>>have an "id" attribute.
>><input type="text" name="keys" size="30">
>>I went to the validator website that is referenced and searched
>>all around and I can't figure out how to add an "id" attribute
>>that will validate. Can anyone help me? The validation message
>>that I get on this code is
>>"The "input" tag does not have an "id" attribute which must be
>>used to explicitly associate this control with a "label" element.
>>When electronic forms are designed to be completed online, the
>>form shall allow people using assistive technology to access the
>>information, field elements, and functionality required for
>>completion and submission of the form, including all directions
>>and cues [Section 1194.22 (n)]. Information attached to controls
>>via the "label" element can be very useful to users of talking
>>browsers. Note that "id" and "for" values are case sensitive.
>>Visit http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10-HTML-TECHS/#forms-labels for
>>more information. "
>> Thank you all!!!
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> Jody Adair
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