[thelist] Browser incompatibility question

Chris at globet.com Chris at globet.com
Fri Aug 12 14:09:09 CDT 2005


> I'm doing a redesign of a JournalSpace layout for a friend.  
> I've been running the code against the W3C validator and my 
> CSS is fine.  The HTML is good as well (aside from what the 
> Validator says is a </p> for an unopen <p> which I can't find)

When this page is validated with an XHTML 1.0 Transitional doctype in
place, this error will disappear, to be replaced with the myriad of
validation errors that now become apparent. Happily, many of these
should be fixable with a simple search and replace.



> The test area for the redesign is: 
> http://buttmunch.journalspace.com (I had to sign up to create 
> an account with Journalspace to do the work and buttmunch was 
> my protest account name).

<aside>The latin gibberish that you refer to on your site is commonly
referred to as Lorem Ipsum text. If you have a moment take a look at the
Lipsum website:


I have found this to be a good resource when mocking things up, for the
reasons cited on the Lipsum website.</aside>

Have a good weekend!

Chris Marsh
Web Developer
Tel: +44 20 8246 4804 Ext 828
Fax: +44 20 8246 4808

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