[clug] Server-side scripting - HTML validator

George at Clug Clug at goproject.info
Wed Jan 16 19:21:08 UTC 2019

While in the past I haven't, but I now think it would be good if
I used  and  on my pages.


Always declare the encoding of your document. Use the HTTP header if
you can. Always use an in-document declaration too. 




    Character encodings for beginners 

It is interesting when you run the above w3 page through the HTML

Error: Duplicate ID "justification_other".

>From line 2617, column 9; to line 2617, column 56

On Thursday, 17-01-2019 at 00:33 Bryan Kilgallin via linux wrote:

Hi George:

> It sure is hot tonight in Tuggeranong.

I swam in the Murrumbidgee.
We're in an extreme heatwave!

> Were you able to work out what were the HTML errors?
I just summarised what the validation site said. So look up
and enter

into the Address field.

> Here is my take on what actually caused the HTML errors to be
> reported.
Here is another problem thus-unearthed, which I hadn't noticed.

{No Character encoding declared at document level No character
information was found within the document, either in an HTML |meta| 
element or an XML declaration.}

> Can anyone confirm my reasoning, and tell me where my
> reasoning is incorrect, please?

AS you said, it's much too hot! And I don't have AC.


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