... Yes but that layout is not the way I like it. What I do recommend is the Html Validator extension for Firefox. It gives you both the W3C Validator errorsMessage 1 of 7 , May 9, 2008View SourceGreg Chapman wrote:
> HTMLTidy will automatically correct some basic errors andYes but that layout is not the way I like it. What I do recommend is
> provide a user definable pretty layout
the Html Validator extension for Firefox. It gives you both the W3C
Validator errors and Html Tidy warnings and hints and lets you view
the source with the relevant part highlighted -- a big help. The
only thing it does not do is character errors because the extension
only sees the code after thert browser has internally converted the
characters. (This is a bad thing for me, because I prefer to write
German in US-ASCII encoding and these are my most frequent
N.B: I too am happy to take a look at your code, Joe. We'll soon
lick those errors, promise.
... If you are writing with NoteTab in Windows, then the standard Windows character set is what your files actually contain. That being the case, this is whatMessage 1 of 7 , May 9, 2008View Sourcewoodysnomad wrote:
> I also used utf-8 for the charater setIf you are writing with NoteTab in Windows, then the standard
> but have no idea what that is for or if it's working.
Windows character set is what your files actually contain. That
being the case, this is what you should tell the browser they are,
... Look what you have on the line before the opening BODY tag.Message 1 of 7 , May 9, 2008View SourceJoe wrote:
> Also where I put BODY following HEAD according to everythingLook what you have on the line before the opening BODY tag.
>have read, I get a validation error of document type does not allow
>element BODY here? No clue here.
It's like this. Both the start and closing tag for BODY are actually
optional in HTML (but keep on using thems!). If they aren't used,
they are "implied". No content, tags or text, can go between the
closing HEAD tag and the opening BODY tag. But you have put a BR
there. When the validator encounters the BR, it correctly assumes an
implied opening BODY tag must come before it. So when it comes to the
opening BODY tag you actually wrote, it sees it as a second BODY tag.
It's a machine. It takes it line by line. That's why its output is
sometimes a little oracle like. What you want to hear is: "Hey!
You've put a BR tag between HEAD and BODY. That's no good!". The a
validator won't say that, but I can. ;-)