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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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