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Standard validation errors 4.1.3

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Starting to get into folks' curls

Starting with these two:

Standards-incompliant code for 4.1.3
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(1)<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.etcetera...No_link">  
(10)<html id="main_website_html" xmlns="http://www.etcetera...No_link" xml:lang="ES" lang="ES" dir="ltr">


* CSS: A CSS property (zoom) is unknown at line 46, character 42
 
(46).global_middle div, .global_middle table { zoom: 1; }


* Compat./IE: A CSS property that Internet Explorer does not support (outline) was used at line 209, character 32
 
(209)<div class="hide_tag standardbox_main_classic" style="display: none">



(Is it presented ok?)

What steps should I take?

Thanks…

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Hi,

You can ignore these. It's useful advice for people making advanced themes, but these detected compatibility issues in our default theme don't actually affect anything.


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Oki… Thanks Chris. So any way, here are some more (I guess some showed due to translation):

*CSS: A value ('inline-block') of a CSS property (display) does not match the property's requirements ((none|inline|block|list-item|table|table-header-group|table
-footer-group|run-in))

*Compat./IE: A psuedo-class/element (last-child) was used which is not supported by Internet Explorer

*Compat./IE: A CSS property that Internet Explorer does not support (max-width) was used

*CSS: A value ('pointer') of a CSS property (cursor) does not match the property's requirements (((url\('.+'\)|url\(".+"\)|url\([^\(\);]+\))|default|auto|n-
resize|ne-resize|e-resize|se-resize|s-resize|sw-resize|w-resi
ze|nw-resize|crosshair|cursor|move|text|wait|help))

*Compat./IE: Unfortunately Internet Explorer does not support the (attribute-selectors) selector

*JS ERROR (PARSER): Expected BRACKET_CLOSE but got BRACKET_OPEN

*JS ERROR (CHECKER): 'images' is an unknown member of the class 'Document'

*Help: It is often advisable to specify widths, so pages don't realign once images load

*Compat./IE: Titles must be given as well as alt text (even if the title is blank)

*Compat./IE: A CSS property that Internet Explorer does not support (min-height)

*Compat.: Anchor tags should not contain surrounding spaces as they may be rendered erroneously in some browsers (and aren't semantically correct)

*(because I did not specify them yet) SEO: No META keywords were specified
& SEO: No META description was specified

Is there any one worth looking into?
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Hi,

Thanks. I've made a couple of tweaks to the validator from this, but really it's not so important for the same reason as before.


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Thanks again Chris,

Just for the sake of a job well done, here are the last two that sowed:

* WCAG: Mouse events should always be matched with a corresponding non-mouse event, except for forms or links which have implicit equivalents

* (X)HTML-strict: There is an empty tag. Certain tags must contain something at line

As of now I will check off the validation error options, unless you recommend otherwise.

Should I keep any one on?
-   Validation
-   Validate XHTML
-   Validate accessibility (WCAG)
-   Validate CSS
-   Validate Javascipt
-   Validate for browser compatibility
-   Validate referenced files
-   Validation on preview

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I'd recommend turning off 'Validation' and 'Validate referenced files'. You can leave the others on, but it won't matter a lot unless you're really serious about validation content.


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Excellent!!!  :thumbs:

Standard validation errors 4.1.3 [Resolved]
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