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HTML/Framer issues

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Hello fellow web writers.

REcently, Google has been sending me dangerous warning meesages about
my web site http://www.nk.ca .

Today using AVG 7.5 we got an HTML/Framer warning.

We are only using html, php, javascripts and import
functioning for both website and blog http://www.nk.ca/blog/ .

Could this be a question of bad coding?
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God, Queen and country! Beware Anti-Christ rising! On March 3rd,
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Feb 8 '08 #1
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On Fri, 8 Feb 2008 23:39:42 +0000 (UTC), do****@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
Doctor) wrote:
REcently, Google has been sending me dangerous warning meesages about
my web site http://www.nk.ca .

Today using AVG 7.5 we got an HTML/Framer warning.
What does the warning say? Did the validation fixes have any effect
on it?
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Charles
Feb 9 '08 #2

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The Doctor wrote:
>Oi! w3.org is always of good help when you recall.

Still I have some traffic trackers.
I wonder if that is the issue?
The HTML and CSS errors are fewer than when you first posted, so clearly
you have been making changes. Some of the remaining HTML errors appear
to be simple bad coding, and the validators can guide you in fixing what
remains.

In the past I have noted traffic trackers which used invalid code, but
the errors are easy to fix: the problem is that many trackers forbid
you to change their code, even though what they supply is broken. You
may have to get permission to make the changes.

Feb 9 '08 #3

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In article <fo**********@registered.motzarella.org>,
C A Upsdell <cu******@upsdell.invalidwrote:
>The Doctor wrote:
>>Oi! w3.org is always of good help when you recall.

Still I have some traffic trackers.
I wonder if that is the issue?

The HTML and CSS errors are fewer than when you first posted, so clearly
you have been making changes. Some of the remaining HTML errors appear
to be simple bad coding, and the validators can guide you in fixing what
remains.

In the past I have noted traffic trackers which used invalid code, but
the errors are easy to fix: the problem is that many trackers forbid
you to change their code, even though what they supply is broken. You
may have to get permission to make the changes.
For example with Google, they have placed their in their meta-keys.

For others like urchin and quatnserver, they are using javascript
and that may pose a problem.
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Member - Liberal International
This is do****@nl2k.ab.ca Ici do****@nl2k.ab.ca
God, Queen and country! Beware Anti-Christ rising! On March 3rd,
Alberta! Time for a change and beware Alliance in PC clothing. Vote Liberal!
Feb 9 '08 #4

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