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Old 06-21-2006, 02:00 PM   #1
dthomsen8
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Default HTML Validation at www.w3.org

HTML Validation at www.w3.org is giving me fits. Is there any reason that I cannot use a name like init20.php rather than init20.htm for a file to check?

I am trying to submit a page of over 50 lines, with the proper DOCTYPE and character specifications, but using the source code option in the extended interface, I discover that only two lines are actually considered, and they don't seem to be in my file.

If I do a paste into their big submission box, the code does validate.

Here is an attachment showing the source code used by www.w3.org, hardly what I submitted.
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Name:	badphp.jpg
Views:	103
Size:	20.4 KB
ID:	604  

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