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Re^3: True or False? A Quick Reference Guide

by bobf (Monsignor)
on Dec 03, 2015 at 02:51 UTC ( #1149249=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: True or False? A Quick Reference Guide
in thread True or False? A Quick Reference Guide

I stopped by the Monastery while on a sabbatical and, thanks to your post, found that my once well-formed HTML had degraded into legacy syntax. As I am not familiar with current HTML/CSS conventions, I removed the offending tags to get rid of the errors. (I'd welcome formatting suggestions from anyone that can offer them...)

Thanks for alerting me to the issue. Problem fixed (for now).

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Re^4: True or False? A Quick Reference Guide
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 03, 2015 at 03:01 UTC
    what does that mean? There is a feature/user setting to enforce proper nesting of html as implemented by tye :)

      Yup. I've had that feature turned on ever since I learned about it. :-)

      It looked like my anchors and column settings were no longer valid. Not being an expert (or even a novice) in such things, I assumed it was an issue with HTML5. I'll take formatting suggestions if you've got any...

        It looked like my anchors and column settings were no longer valid. Not being an expert (or even a novice) in such things, I assumed it was an issue with HTML5. I'll take formatting suggestions if you've got any...

        well, perlmonks advertises html4 not html5

        I don't really have any recommendations, to me it looks fine in my tests with and without the colgroups

        Also, I don't see any actual anchors, you have commented out links, but no corresponding anchors like go here link

        h1

        h2

        h3

        h4

        You are here anchor
        like <a href="#go here">go here link</a> <h1>h1</h1> <h2>h2</h2> <h3>h3</h3> <h4>h4</h4> <a name="go here">You are here anchor </a>

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