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  1. The hex code for it is #FF7619. And seeing as HALLOWEEN is coming up it would seem to me that it would be a popular color for the season.
  2. That is no CSS I have ever seen, that said the CSS in the tutorial looks like this: <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><style>form { display: block; margin-top: 0em;}</style></head><body><p>A form element is displayed like this:</p><form action="demo_form.asp">First name: <input type="text" name="FirstName" value="Mickey"><br>Last name: <input type="text" name="LastName" value="Mouse"><br><input type="submit" value="Submit"></form><p>Change the default CSS settings to see the effect.</p>&l
  3. Here are the results I got when I tried to fix it in the Validator:Info: The Content-Type was text/html. Using the HTML parser.Info: Using the schema for HTML with SVG 1.1, MathML 3.0, RDFa 1.1, and ITS 2.0 support.Error: Start tag form seen in table.From line 26, column 8; to line 27, column 813>↩<table>↩<form method="post" action="mailto:miloshman2004@yahoo.com" enctype="text/plain">↩<tr>↩Error: Element form not allowed as child of element table in this context. (Suppressing further errors from this subtree.)From line 26, column 8; to line 27, column 813>↩<table>
  4. I am still learning and thus said, "my personal opinion only".
  5. a few things that I think might help but are my opinion only, on these lines it might help if you closed the img tage: [*]<a class="buttonlink" href="index.htm"><img src="button.jpg" alt="">Home</a>↩ [*]<a href="tips.htm"><img src="button.jpg" style="border:none"></a>↩ [*]<a href="problems.htm"><img src="button.jpg" style="border:none"></a>↩ [*]<a href="products.htm"><img src="button.jpg" style="border:none"></a>↩ [*]<a href="about.htm"><img src="button.jpg"style="border:none"</a>↩ [*]<a href="contact.h
  6. Does your image tag syntax look like: <img src="smiley.gif" alt="HTML5 Smiley Face Icon" style="width:128px;height:128px;"> or is it different?
  7. There is no &GPL entity if that is what you mean.
  8. Here is the valid html:<!DOCTYPE html><html><head><title>myTitle</title><meta charset="UTF-8" lang="nb"><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style2.css"><script type="text/javascript" src="jquery"></script><script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.2/jquery.min.js"></script><script type="text/javascript" src="script2.js"></script></head><body><!-- <div id="container"> --><div id="t-section"><h1>myHeading</h1><p>t-section<p></div>&l
  9. And that goes Double in my opinion for the Moderators.
  10. One of the errors that the validator shows is more than one occurence of ID NAVMENUITEM. The id SelectorThe id selector uses the id attribute of an HTML tag to find the specific element. An id should be unique within a page, so you should use the id selector when you want to find a single, unique element. To find an element with a specific id, write a hash character, followed by the id of the element. use a CLASS instead.
  11. Well Ingolme he could try this site:http://designhuntr.com/beautiful-fixed-sidebar-website-layout/ which gives the how to for making a sidebar and putting his NAV links there.
  12. You could try the HTML FOOTER TAG: Definition and Usage The <footer> tag defines a footer for a document or section. A <footer> element should contain information about its containing element. A <footer> element typically contains: • authorship information•copyright information•contact information•sitemap•back to top links•related documents You can have several <footer> elements in one document.
  13. And here I was thinking it was for such things as giving appropriate credit when you Cited something in a Academic Paper.
  14. Wolverine

    base tag

    Because W3C defined at: Definition and UsageThe <base> tag specifies the base URL/target for all relative URLs in a document. There can be at maximum one <base> element in a document, and it must be inside the <head> element. It is not meant for making Indexes with.
  15. Try looking here: to get how things were setup by W3C. http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_byfunc.asp
  16. some but not all of your questions professor are in the book that you can order at this site: http://www.elizabethcastro.com/html6ed/
  17. Well according to the w3c validator:Validation Output: 3 Errors [*]Line 2, Column 35: Attribute xmlns:og not allowed here.<html xmlns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#">✉[*]Line 2, Column 35: Attribute with the local name xmlns:og is not serializable as XML 1.0.<html xmlns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#">✉[*]Line 6, Column 64: Bad value title for attribute name on element meta: Keyword title is not registered.<meta name="title" property="og:title" content="Sample Title" />Syntax of metadata name:A metadata name listed in the HTML specification or listed in the WHATWG wiki. You can register metad
  18. What language are you used to coding in? It sure is not HTML
  19. Does your <meta> look like: <code> <meta name="description" content="Free Web tutorials"><meta name="keywords" content="HTML,CSS,XML,JavaScript"> </code> But with 'proprietary' description and keyword attributes. If so then I do not see a problem. Now a <meta> that does not look like one of the above may cause problems with the validaror.
  20. Thank you Kelly2Marie I was looking to center the table but the things I could find about alignment were for within the table.
  21. It is a contact form on my Index.html that was originally developed when I was on another ISP by someone who was doing a FREE PERSONAL WEBSITE SPECIAL to get customers. I think they are out of Business now as I can't find them anymore. I have managed to convert everything else over to HTML5 and CSS but this is where I am stuck. You asked and I quote"Align a Table what does that mean?" I am giving an example of what that means. Here is the html code for my index page and the url as well: <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><link href="marksplace.css" rel="stylesheet" /><meta
  22. I think he is having the same problem that I am. On the index page of my home page I have a table with some javascript for sending me email. The code looks like this: <code> < center> < table> <!--border="5"--> <tbody> <tr> <td> <font size="+2"> <script type="text/javascript"> <!-- // var Domain = "*******.net" var Mailme = "mail" + "to:" + "*.********@" + Domain document.write( "<FORM>"); document.write( "<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Send me some email" "); document.write( "onClick=
  23. Well if you are using the same ID in three different places that might be part of the problem. http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_selectors.aspThe id Selector The id selector uses the id attribute of an HTML tag to find the specific element. An id should be unique within a page, so you should use the id selector when you want to find a single, unique element. To find an element with a specific id, write a hash character, followed by the id of the element.Usually something like styling the A tag is used with a Class instead of an ID which is supposed to be unique.
  24. What Browser are you using? I ask because Internet Explorer 9 and below don't recognize all of your hard work.
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