Lynx browser - bad html!


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Ted

I've viewed my site using the Lynx browser and noticed that it flashes
"bad html!" then something about using the TRACE feature to debug it.


I've done that...using CTRL-T then ";" to view the log.

My question is, "what am I looking for in that log"...

How do I spot an error?

After the "bad html!" error I can still get to the page and I don't
really see any problems while viewing it.

Thanks
 
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Barbara de Zoete

I've viewed my site using the Lynx browser and noticed that it flashes
"bad html!" then something about using the TRACE feature to debug it.

I've done that...using CTRL-T then ";" to view the log.

My question is, "what am I looking for in that log"...

How do I spot an error?


I wouldn't know about the Lynx log, but did you try and validate your code at
<http://validator.w3.org/>? With that validator all errors in your markup will
be listed (if any).

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I've viewed my site using the Lynx browser and noticed that it flashes
"bad html!" then something about using the TRACE feature to debug it.


I've done that...using CTRL-T then ";" to view the log.

My question is, "what am I looking for in that log"...

How do I spot an error?

After the "bad html!" error I can still get to the page and I don't
really see any problems while viewing it.

Thanks


Hello Ted !

If you are getting bad html error then you can start its trace by pressing ctrl + T and then press ;
you will get the log or traces of your html page and TO SPOT THE ERROR watch out especially for lines marked with a number of asterisks '*****'. Thanks
 
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