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DigitalHenry says

My site doesnt validate can anyone give me a hand. here Thanks guys

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Orbital_Themes says

Basically strict document type requires, that each input field (along with its label) in your contact form is wrapped by block level element. Just wrap each input (with its label) within

aragraph tags and you will be good.

The second thing is there is no “row” attribute for textarea. Use “rows” or “rowspan” instead. You also need to specify “cols” attribute for textarea.

Use double quotation marks ” when specifying element attributes. Also review your labels’ “for” attribute – they seem to be “attached” to non-existent ids.

If you fix all these issues your document should pass the validation.

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RobbyDesigns says

Here goes:

1. Warning in line 74 at character 8: The “input” tag is in a form. Should the “name” attribute be used with this tag so that the form information can be submitted as a name/value pair?

2. Warning in line 77 at character 47: The value of the “name” attribute (“name”) may conflict with properties of the JavaScript Form object when using JavaScript. It is recommended that the value of the “name” attribute be changed to avoid potential conflict when accessing the form object’s properties, methods, and event handlers. Values that should not be used include “action”, “elements”, “encoding”, “length”, “method”, “name”, “target”, “reset”, “submit”, and some others.

3. Error in line 89 at character 8: The “textarea” tag is missing the required attribute “rows”.

4. Error in line 89 at character 8: The “textarea” tag is missing the required attribute “cols”.

5. Error in line 89 at character 35: The “row” attribute is not valid for the “textarea” element. Some valid attributes for this element are: “accesskey”, “class”, “cols”, “dir”, “disabled”, “id”, “lang”, “name”, “onblur”, “onchange”, “onclick”, “oncontextmenu”, “ondblclick”, “onfilterchange”, “onfocus”, “onkeydown”, “onkeypress”, “onkeyup”, “onmousedown”, “onmousemove”, “onmouseout”, “onmouseover”, “onmouseup”, “onscroll”, “onselect”, “readonly”, “rows”, “style”, “tabindex”, and “title”.

6. Error in line 89 at character 59: The “value” attribute is not valid for the “textarea” element. Some valid attributes for this element are: “accesskey”, “class”, “cols”, “dir”, “disabled”, “id”, “lang”, “name”, “onblur”, “onchange”, “onclick”, “oncontextmenu”, “ondblclick”, “onfilterchange”, “onfocus”, “onkeydown”, “onkeypress”, “onkeyup”, “onmousedown”, “onmousemove”, “onmouseout”, “onmouseover”, “onmouseup”, “onscroll”, “onselect”, “readonly”, “rows”, “style”, “tabindex”, and “title”.

7. Warning in line 92 at character 51: The value of the “name” attribute (“submit”) may conflict with properties of the JavaScript Form object when using JavaScript. It is recommended that the value of the “name” attribute be changed to avoid potential conflict when accessing the form object’s properties, methods, and event handlers. Values that should not be used include “action”, “elements”, “encoding”, “length”, “method”, “name”, “target”, “reset”, “submit”, and some others.

8. Warning in line 106 at character 14: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

9. Warning in line 109 at character 18: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

10. Warning in line 115 at character 14: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

11. Warning in line 118 at character 18: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

12. Warning in line 123 at character 13: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

13. Error in line 130 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

14. Error in line 135 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

15. Error in line 140 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

16. Error in line 145 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

17. Error in line 150 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

18. Error in line 155 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

19. Error in line 160 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

20. Error in line 165 at character 15: The “href” attribute has an invalid attribute value ””. Try using one of the following values: an alphanumeric string or a string.

21. Warning in line 170 at character 14: [75] The “href” attribute specifies an internal link that may not be wanted. An internal link name should usually follow the # character, but it doesn’t in this case. However, if the top of the current document is being referenced, then this message should be ignored because an internal link name is not needed.

Have fun!

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DigitalHenry says

Thanks guys! On my way to work I’ll keep this updated.

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Orbital_Themes says

By the way – it’s the smallest cu3er I’ve ever seen! :D

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RobbyDesigns says

Tip: CSE HTML Validator checks errors in HTML and CSS as well as spelllinz, etc: http://www.htmlvalidator.com/

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DigitalHenry says
Tip: CSE HTML Validator checks errors in HTML and CSS as well as spelllinz, etc: http://www.htmlvalidator.com/

thanks mate!

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Orbital_Themes says

Congratz

This document was successfully checked as HTML 4 .01 Strict!

Good luck with sales!

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DigitalHenry says
Basically strict document type requires, that each input field (along with its label) in your contact form is wrapped by block level element. Just wrap each input (with its label) within <p>aragraph tags and you will be good.

The second thing is there is no “row” attribute for textarea. Use “rows” or “rowspan” instead. You also need to specify “cols” attribute for textarea.

Use double quotation marks ” when specifying element attributes. Also review your labels’ “for” attribute – they seem to be “attached” to non-existent ids.

If you fix all these issues your document should pass the validation.

Thanks this did the job!

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Orbital_Themes says

No problem, I’m glad I could help :)

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