Code verification

Discussion in 'HTML' started by ddg_linux, Aug 23, 2008.

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    ddg_linux Guest

    Hello guys,
    I am kinda new to this coding thing and would like to know if my code
    is following best practices.

    I am currently learning PHP so I have decided that I would create a
    as I learn to follow my progress.

    Please let me know if my source is valid or if I am missing something.

    Thanks again
    ddg_linux, Aug 23, 2008
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    ddg_linux Guest

    ddg_linux, Aug 23, 2008
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    Mark A. Boyd Guest

    ddg_linux posted in alt.html:
    It seems your host is putting a bunch of junk after the closing HTML tag.
    At least, that's where I assume it came from. Not good.
    Mark A. Boyd, Aug 23, 2008
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    cmconrad79 Guest

    I ran your site through the W3C and there are 37 errors.

    cmconrad79, Aug 23, 2008
  5. If changing hosts is not an option, leave out the </body> and
    </html> tags; they are optional (as are their opening tags).
    Chris F.A. Johnson, Aug 23, 2008
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    ddg_linux Guest

    Hello there, thank you for your response. I do realize that there are
    a number of errors coming from
    the validator. I think it is do to the fact that the host is adding
    things to the bottom of the page,

    I am thinking of changing hosts. Do you have a few suggestions on
    what hosts would be good
    for this type of project.

    Thanks again for your response.

    ddg_linux, Aug 24, 2008
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    ddg_linux Guest

    Hello there, thanks again for your post regarding the </body></html>
    tags. I did update that page
    to reflect those changes and was able to get the errors down to 3.
    They are errors that have nothing
    to do with the code that I wrote.

    Do you have any good suggestions for hosts that will not add hidden
    things to your page? How
    are the hosts able to do this?

    Thanks again

    ddg_linux, Aug 24, 2008
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