I found a way to hide the misunderstood ENTITY information
which shows in Chrome, IE, Mozilla, and Safari (basically by
shifting the margin of the body tag out of the window and then
shifting the div that surrounds my content back into the window
using a margin measurement equal to the negative shift). However
when Dreamweaver applies the edits made to a template to the
templates child page instances, it adds multiple instances of this
piece of text from the ENTITY declaration:
The number of repeats appears to equal the number of edits to
the template. If two edits were made, two repeats occur; three
edits, three repeats. As the declaration occurs outside the area
where the instance begins, DW should not be making any edits in
this area whatsoever.
The edits that resulted in the update to the attached page
was the addition of some template parameters.
Does anyone know why Dreamweaver is violating its own update
rules, i.e. modifying content outside its template instance
declaration statements? I am attempting to make this site valid,
which is why I took the trouble to find a solution of the browser
misunderstandings, but if Dreamweaver also has a problem in this
regard the site will need to remain invalid. The invalidity causes
a problem as it is required to be valid.
Please see the attached code for showing the problem.