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That errors means that you have space between attributes and you shouldn't have. If you can't fix it yourself, could you post the code in question, please? Just that link and a couple lines around it should do the trick.

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I'm pretty sure the error is on this line.

<img id="rot" src="http://www.linkedin.com/img/webpromo/btn_viewmy_120x33_es_ES.png?locale=" width="120" height="33" border="0" alt="Ver el perfil de Eduard Lid en LinkedIn"</image>*

Remember what kind of tag this is and the correct way to close it. Remember there is no <image> tag.

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The validator doesn't always output the code exactly as it was (or it sometimes messes up the whitespace).
I'm quite sure that the validator isn't changing his code. From experience, I deduce that the error is most likely to be on the previous line.
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I'm pretty sure the error is on this line.
<img id="rot" src="http://www.linkedin.com/img/webpromo/btn_viewmy_120x33_es_ES.png?locale=" width="120" height="33" border="0" alt="Ver el perfil de Eduard Lid en LinkedIn"</image>*

Remember what kind of tag this is and the correct way to close it. Remember there is no <image> tag.

Where do I find what attribute I should use? As well for the attribute (charset) (another document)?
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Where do I find what attribute I should use? As well for the attribute (charset) (another document)?
try reading his answer. really really really look at the code you wrote. it is pretty obvious.
I'm pretty sure the error is on this line.
<img id="rot" src="http://www.linkedin.com/img/webpromo/btn_viewmy_120x33_es_ES.png?locale=" width="120" height="33" border="0" alt="Ver el perfil de Eduard Lid en LinkedIn"</image>*

Remember what kind of tag this is and the correct way to close it. Remember there is no <image> tag.

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Validators are machines, so they don't always understand the source of an error. You don't actually have an attribute error. Something else is wrong that makes the validator think there is an attribute problem. As thescientist said, please pay attention to the way I am trying to help you.

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Validators are machines, so they don't always understand the source of an error. You don't actually have an attribute error. Something else is wrong that makes the validator think there is an attribute problem. As thescientist said, please pay attention to the way I am trying to help you.
Ok, I'll!
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