6 Replies Latest reply on Sep 19, 2007 6:15 AM by Newsgroup_User

    DW reporting error line 9 and 10

    shonts Level 1
      Hi everything this site www.geekstotherescue.com.au was all good to go until I input the keywords client sent me. then Dreamweaver reported error (underlined lines 9 and 10 in red) I can not figure out what caused this error. i do not have access to IE6 can someone check the site in IE 6 and let me know if it looks ok and how I can fix the error?

      thanks

      Shontelle
        • 1. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
          Level 7
          What do you see when you hover over the underline? Lines 9 and 10 are links
          to stylesheets, and DW is probably just telling you that it found something
          that is not supported in some browser in those stylesheets.

          Adding keywords definitely wouldn't have triggered this. And by the way,
          keywords are pretty useless anymore since the major search engines ignore
          them.

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          "shonts" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > Hi everything this site www.geekstotherescue.com.au was all good to go
          > until I
          > input the keywords client sent me. then Dreamweaver reported error
          > (underlined
          > lines 9 and 10 in red) I can not figure out what caused this error. i do
          > not
          > have access to IE6 can someone check the site in IE 6 and let me know if
          > it
          > looks ok and how I can fix the error?
          >
          > thanks
          >
          > Shontelle
          >


          • 2. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
            Level 7
            shonts wrote:
            > Hi everything this site www.geekstotherescue.com.au was all good to
            > go until I input the keywords client sent me. then Dreamweaver
            > reported error (underlined lines 9 and 10 in red) I can not figure
            > out what caused this error. i do not have access to IE6 can someone
            > check the site in IE 6 and let me know if it looks ok and how I can
            > fix the error?
            >
            > thanks
            >
            > Shontelle

            There are validation errors -
            http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.geekstotherescue.com.au%2F&charset=%28d etect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0

            They include mismatched <div> </div> tags.

            Looks the same in IE6 as in IE7.

            HTH,

            Pete.
            --
            Peter Connolly
            http://www.acutecomputing.co.uk
            UK


            • 3. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
              shonts Level 1
              Hi thanks for ypur replies.
              1. Peter: i should have checked validation before positng here. I will fix the errors now. thanks
              2. Murray: when i hover over the the red underline it says not suporrted in IE5.5 and IE 6. I have heard that kewyords are not very effective anymore but my clients seem to want them in I was taking the "the having them in won't hurt approach" but perhaps i am better off just telling my clients not to bother???

              regards,

              Shontelle
              • 4. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
                Level 7
                > 2. Murray: when i hover over the the red underline it says not suporrted
                > in
                > IE5.5 and IE 6.

                So - there's your answer, then. Open the CSS file and see what is redlined
                there.

                > I have heard that kewyords are not very effective anymore but
                > my clients seem to want them in I was taking the "the having them in
                > won't
                > hurt approach" but perhaps i am better off just telling my clients not to
                > bother???

                It's really up to you, but I do the "not to bother" part.

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                "shonts" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                > Hi thanks for ypur replies.
                > 1. Peter: i should have checked validation before positng here. I will
                > fix
                > the errors now. thanks
                > 2. Murray: when i hover over the the red underline it says not suporrted
                > in
                > IE5.5 and IE 6. I have heard that kewyords are not very effective anymore
                > but
                > my clients seem to want them in I was taking the "the having them in
                > won't
                > hurt approach" but perhaps i am better off just telling my clients not to
                > bother???
                >
                > regards,
                >
                > Shontelle
                >


                • 5. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
                  Level 7
                  On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 06:42:57 -0400, "Murray *ACE*"
                  <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote:

                  >> 2. Murray: when i hover over the the red underline it says not suporrted
                  >> in
                  >> IE5.5 and IE 6.
                  >
                  >So - there's your answer, then. Open the CSS file and see what is redlined
                  >there.
                  >
                  >> I have heard that kewyords are not very effective anymore but
                  >> my clients seem to want them in I was taking the "the having them in
                  >> won't
                  >> hurt approach" but perhaps i am better off just telling my clients not to
                  >> bother???
                  >
                  >It's really up to you, but I do the "not to bother" part.

                  Murray - I sneaked a look at some of your websites - and you DO have
                  Keywords in some - ;-))
                  --

                  ~Malcolm N....
                  ~
                  • 6. Re: DW reporting error line 9 and 10
                    Level 7
                    Old ones. None made in the last years....

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                    "Malcolm N_" <malcom@mgnixon.org.uk> wrote in message
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                    > On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 06:42:57 -0400, "Murray *ACE*"
                    > <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote:
                    >
                    >>> 2. Murray: when i hover over the the red underline it says not suporrted
                    >>> in
                    >>> IE5.5 and IE 6.
                    >>
                    >>So - there's your answer, then. Open the CSS file and see what is
                    >>redlined
                    >>there.
                    >>
                    >>> I have heard that kewyords are not very effective anymore but
                    >>> my clients seem to want them in I was taking the "the having them in
                    >>> won't
                    >>> hurt approach" but perhaps i am better off just telling my clients not
                    >>> to
                    >>> bother???
                    >>
                    >>It's really up to you, but I do the "not to bother" part.
                    >
                    > Murray - I sneaked a look at some of your websites - and you DO have
                    > Keywords in some - ;-))
                    > --
                    >
                    > ~Malcolm N....
                    > ~