Re: [NH] questions about a Tidy error report
- Thanks, Marcelo - good advise!
At 09:38 AM 11/12/2005 , you wrote:
>What Rudolf said.http://www.mBreiding.us/web_pages.html
>Tidy is great at detecting errors, but sometimes not so great at fixing
>them. What apparently happened here is that, in the "tidying" process,
>Tidy tried to fix some of the detected errors by inserting <body></body>
>tags (maybe embracing the whole of the content). Then it found the
>existing tags and got further confused.
>In my experience, I found it useful to reload the original file,
>manually check and fix a few error messages (starting from the top) and
>then run Tidy again. Sometimes fixing just one error on top of the file
>will get rid of a whole bunch of warnings and errors...
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