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Pplain english xml resource to solve: use -x <extension> ?

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It's been years since putting together a page. This line in my HTML:
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="net4801style.css">

gives this problem (via weblint HTML checker):
attribute 'TYPE' for <link> is extended markup (use -x <extension> to do
this).

Where might be found a resource for simple folk explaining how to best
correct this?

Many thanks.

Mar 16 '06 #1
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HTML is not XML. Try an HTML newsgroup.

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Mar 16 '06 #2

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Joseph Kesselman wrote:
HTML is not XML. Try an HTML newsgroup.


Sorry. I thought the bit about: "is extended markup (use -x <extension>
to do this)" implied extended markup language. My mistake.
Mar 16 '06 #3

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Baldoni wrote:
Joseph Kesselman wrote:
HTML is not XML. Try an HTML newsgroup.


Sorry. I thought the bit about: "is extended markup (use -x <extension>
to do this)" implied extended markup language. My mistake.


Extended but not Extensible :-)

But in any event there's nothing wrong with your link element.
I've never heard of "extended markup" but I suspect you'll get
better results from using a real HTML parser with the right DTD
than from anything else.

///Peter
--
XML FAQ: http://xml.silmaril.ie/
Mar 16 '06 #4

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Peter Flynn wrote:
Baldoni wrote:

Sorry. I thought the bit about: "is extended markup (use -x
<extension> to do this)" implied extended markup language. My mistake.

Extended but not Extensible :-)

But in any event there's nothing wrong with your link element.
I've never heard of "extended markup" but I suspect you'll get
better results from using a real HTML parser with the right DTD
than from anything else.


Ahh. Many thanks!
Mar 16 '06 #5

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