[thelist] I Could Really Use A Page Check

Donna Jones donnajj at gwi.net
Tue Oct 31 21:10:37 CST 2000

Hi Patricia:  Yes, it is looking good!  You got rid of the white space
and I don't have the horizontal scroll anymore either, 800 x 600, nn4.7,

I just use " for quotes and that seems to always "pass" and be okay
with any validators I might check with.  Don't totally know if its 100%
correct, though.  

Best wishes,


Patricia Meeks wrote:
> Kev....Thanks!!!! You caught those errant tags!
> Ack...those solid squares were supposed to be quotes. The text came from
> PageMaker and I missed them because they don't stand out in DW and my PC
> system shows them all as ordinary quotes. Worse, I don't know how I'm
> supposed to mark "quotes" in html; use inch marks or the escape sequences
> &147 and &148? I've read the W3C thing over 10 times and don't understand
> what they are saying. I wish they'd just say "do quotes this way or that
> way." I just redid the qfp and lqfp pages, one each way, and I can't see any
> difference.
> http://www.whitesalmon.net/pmeeks/pci/amkor/amkor_pq_qfp.htm
> http://www.whitesalmon.net/pmeeks/pci/amkor/amkor_pq_lqfp.htm
> > ask is how you came to do this in your code...
> > also provides a "floating" ground plane
> > except in the code the quotation marks are like solid squares. ....
> Thanks for letting me know about Win Me, but I have no idea how to get rid
> of the horizontal scroll. The right tables are all set to 80% and I haven't
> used any nowrap tags. It makes me crazy!
> > ...   Site looked good to me (IE5.5 on Win Me) apart from the
> > slight horizontal scroll, but hey it works for Yahoo!.
> > K
> > kjs at ratking.co.uk
> Again, thanks, Kev... and thanks to everyone on the list who has been
> checking my the pages. I'm really learning a lot and everything looks soooo
> much better!
> Patricia Meeks
> pmeeks at msn.com

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