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    Junior Member Paul Brin's Avatar
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    Hello to everyone,
    This is my first day here, I found you by searching on Google for help, so I'm hoping somebody can direct me to the info I seek.
    First off, I am a self taught webmaster who's in the middle of changing over my site to W3C compliant XHTML™.
    The thing that's reared up it's ugly little head is the error message I get because of the 'language=javascript' portion of the code in RSS feeds (as seen on this page; http://www.kygallery.com/list/commerce/index.htm)
    What I need is to find a source of information, that I can refer to when I run into these kind of problems, so I can learn how to fix them. Any suggestions?

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    Well, I have learnt a lot on web forums such as this one. So you are in the right place!

    In reference to your question you could try searching for valid xhtml javascript statements and the like.

    However I think I know why the validator moaned at you.

    The <script language=""> tag is not supprted any more. Instead do
    Code:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    </script>
    Hope this helps

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    Junior Member Paul Brin's Avatar
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    Thank you very much, bfsog.
    The type tag was already in the code, at the end, so all I had to do was eliminate the language tag and it works fine.
    The page is now up to W3C strict standards.
    Your fix was worth twice the price of what I paid!! (lol)

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    Paul, this forum is great ... experienced folks, willing to help out.
    For really specific technical coding issues, you may also want to try
    out www.codingforums.com

    I use both regularily (a good mix of ideas and viewpoints).

    Don't be afraid to ask questions and stir things up ... that's what
    makes this forum great.

    --max--


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    Thank you very much, bfsog.
    Anytime man.

    For really specific technical coding issues, you may also want to try
    out www.codingforums.com
    I agree. I feel here (WDF) is the best for website advice, covering all aspects at a broad level.

    I think codingforums is more code based, maybe this is because they have programming languages forums.

    Either way they both rock and I visit both daily.


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