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  1. html4 /5 validation

    Hi I cannot find a way to validate this code. marked in red error The report I get back is "expected Element p not allowed as child of element h2 in this context" <div class="content-grid"> <a href="single.html" class="b-link-stripe b-animate-go"> <img src="images/pi2.jpg" alt="rose"> <div class="b-wrapper"> <h2 class="b-animate b-from-left b-delay03 "> <span>Cool App Design</span> <p>development, mobile</p> <i> </i> </h2> </div> When I rewrite to; <div class="content-grid"> <a href="single.html" class="b-link-stripe b-animate-go"> <img src="images/pi2.jpg" alt="rose"> <div class="b-wrapper"> <h2 class="b-animate b-from-left b-delay03 "> <span>Cool App Design</span> development, mobile <i> </i> </h2> </div> The above goes through validation when published but just below the 2 lines of text is a short Line you loose this effect on the 2nd script Tried all the tags tried lo li h1 h2 3h and others to try and get it validated with to include the short line below the text. But I am stuck Thank you for your time JohnC
  2. Hello! I have a web page that is not standard compliant, just need it available temporarily until I can build it using CSS. Created in Dreamweaver CS3, HTML 4.0.1 Transitional with tables (ouch), using the "insert plugin" feature. Page has multiple MP3 files that were converted from the .aiff format by the app All2MP3 for Mac. If you can suggest a free converter that includes metadata, as this one does not. Am working with old equipment & browsers, so cannot test visually myself, but I am told that the files function fully as intended in current versions of Safari, IE & Firefox, but auto play simultaneously without controller functionality in Chrome. My suppositions, but no conclusions from searching... websites created with tables that contain media (anything other than text) are not supported websites created with HTML 4 & tables containing media are not supported files created with All2MP3 app are not supported because the app is too old, latest version 2010 HTML 4 code, specifically the embed tag & attribute parameter syntax automatically created in Dw is not supported the plugin used within Dw CS3 is too outdated I appreciate your assistance! Pic of code attached also. <td width="280" height="50" align="left" valign="top"><font color="#CC3366" size="2" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"> Unbridled Emotion Mvmt. No. 2</font><br> <embed src="ue2.mp3" width="250" height="16" loop="false" controller="true" autoplay="false"></embed></td>
  3. Hey everyone,Trying to make a website for learning purposes and I am totally lost. I'm teaching myself CSS3.0 and HTML 5.0 having learnt CSS2 and HMTL4 many years ago. None and no CSS I write is ever applied to the HTML5 webpage despite being referenced and both the HTML and CSS files being in the same folder together. And yes, I've Googled a lot and looked up my old textbooks and am still super stuck...see attached or look below for the code:PS: Using Microsoft Expression Web 4 (trial) OxfordEngineering.html<!DOCTYPE html><html><meta charset="UTF-8"><title></title><head><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="Oxford_engineering_CSS.css"></head><body>This is my website!</body></html>Oxford_engineering_CSS.css<div id="slider">div#slider { width: 80%; max-width: 3000px; }<figure><img src="Images/Edited/Engineer1.jpg" alt="Engineer1"><img src="Images/Edited/Engineer2.jpg" alt="Engineer2"><img src="Images/Edited/Engineer3.jpg" alt="Engineer3"><img src="Images/Edited/Engineer4.jpg" alt="Engineer4"></figure>div#slider figure {position: relative; width: 500%;margin: 0; padding: 0; font-size: 0; text-align: left;}figure#imagestrip img {width: 25%; height: auto; float: left;}div#slider {width: 80%; max-width: 3000px; overflow: hidden}</div>body {background-color: #b0c4de;}
  4. HTML4 <--> HTML5 Question

    I post regularly on forums and blogs that allow HTML in the post but of course there is no access to CSS and anything "fancy" (inline CSS type things) is stripped. Things like border widths, coloring, object with, _blank are allowed and so on. Sometimes I forget the sytax or even wording of formatting I have used in the past and try to look it up. So many sites that I have used in the past now say, "not used for HTML 5" and then do not give any reference to the old command. Is this to say that documents using HTML4 will not be recognized? Most recently I was doing a post on a closed WordPress blog. I wanted buffering around a photo using the traditional table method, line widths and colors, and cell background coloring. Everything I researched gave me how to do with CSS. I'm not going to tear apart a WordPress site that regularly switches themes and each post and some pages have custom elements just to hard code the CSS. To top it off, this is a multisite which, if you are not familiar with WordPress, means one base set of web instructions and database form the foundation for many "web sites" (in my case) each of a different theme and design elements. Some are out of the box, some highly tweaked. And yes, I know how to make child themes. So, does the use of HTML5 mean all the posts on blogs and forums will need to be updated and what happens to those that happily use old-style formatting which does exactly what is needed and desired and not have the more modern inline scripting that is not allowed sometimes. (or, for old fogeys as I, harder to remember)
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