10 Replies Latest reply on May 20, 2010 12:04 PM by Steve Woron

    Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?

    Steve Woron

      On my site http://www.12oclockHighTV.com, for some reason the bottom left block text is cut off and right block is gone completely! The page's bottom text nav bar is gone too. What causes this? In DW I see the complete index page in Design mode. In the Code mode, I dont see anything cutting it off.

       

      I'm pretty new to this so help me with baby steps here...

        • 1. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
          Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Look at your page in Code View.  It appears you chopped off the bottom portion of your document code.

           

          Beginning on line 346 you have this:

           

          <tr valign="top">
          <td class="storyLeft"><a href="Evalpack.htm"  class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series  o<span class="style4">n DVD;</span><span  class="style13"><em> <br> Criterion</em> and  <em>Regular</em> Evaluation Sampler DVD Pack  </span></a> These are the best quality DVDs of this series  your money can buy, but don't take our word for it, order the sampler  pack which includes a regular edition DVD and the new Criterion DVD!  This is the only series we've produced and the only seri

           

          In addition, you're missing the end tags for  </table> </body> and </html>.

           

          Nancy O.
          Alt-Web Design & Publishing
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          • 2. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
            Steve Woron Level 1

            Sorry I was messing with it when you looked at it. I still have the same problem, right block of text cut off and bottom nav bar gone:

            Here's lines 260-402, you see the end tags you mentioned ARE there... ???

             

                  All The Best, Darryl<br>

                  </span><br>

                    The <em>Criterion Collection</em> Edition<br>

            &bull;Professional Encoding<br>

            &bull;Printed DVDs<br>

            &bull;Two Episodes per DVD for Maximum Quality<br>

            &bull;iPod Video Version included<br>

            &bull;All Animated Menus<br>

            &bull;Extras 

                    Debriefing; Credits and or Facts/Trivia on each episode<br>

                    Order Your Set Now! <a href="TOHDVDs1crit.htm">See Details.</a><br>

                    (Criterion Screenshots below)<br>

                    <br>

                    <img src="images/01.01grabA.jpg" width="720" height="407" alt="grab1"><br>

                    <br>

                  <a href="TOHDVDs1crit.htm"><img src="images/01.01grabB.jpg" width="720" height="408" border="0"></a></h3>

                  <h3>A fond farewell to our beloved Col. Gallagher, Paul Burke 1926 - 2009. We salute you! <br>

                  </h3>

                </div>

                <div class="story"><a name="itemsforsalelist"></a>

                  <table width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" summary="">

                    <tr valign="top">

                      <td width="52%" height="332" class="storyLeft"><p> <a href="SaleTOHDVDs1crit.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style6"> Season 1-<em>Criterion Edition</em></span> </a><span class="style20">32 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

            Featuring Robert Lansing as Gen. Frank Savage</p>

                        <p>DVD SPECS  (32 B&amp;W episodes; 16 DVDs, Professional Encoding) <br>

                          Video Format: Normal Screen <br>

                          Special Features: Extras, Promo Photos, Commentary, Episode Trivia, Character background and Behind the scenes info.<br>

                          Menus: Yes  (Interactive Animated Menus for quick and easy episode selection) <br>

                          Commercials: No <br>

                          Language Tracks: English <br>

                          Subtitle Tracks: None <br>

                          Rating: G <br>

                          Product Packaging: Printed illustrated DVDs <br>

                          Region Code: 0 (Region-Free - Plays Worldwide) <br>

                        DVD Format: Format-Free DVD-+R (Plays in both PAL and NTSC DVD, players)<br>

                        iPod Video versions of every epsiode for video capable iPods.<br>

                        Ships in handsome DVD case--perfect for gift giving.<br>

                        <a href="SaleTOHDVDs1crit.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt;</a> <span class="style5">35% off till 5/31/10</span></p></td>

                      <td width="48%"><p> <a href="SaleRegDVDs1.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style5">Season 1-<em>Regular Edition</em> </span></a><span class="style20">32 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

                      Featuring Robert Lansing as Gen. Frank Savage</p>

                        <p>REGULAR ED. DVD SPECS (32 B&amp;W episodes)<br>

                          2 episodes per DVD; <br>

                          Excellent quality! <br>

                          Video Format: Normal Screen <br>

                          Special Features: None <br>

                          Menus Yes (Interactive Menus for quick and easy act selection) <br>

                          Commercials: None <br>

                          Language Tracks: English <br>

                          Subtitle Tracks: None <br>

                          Rating: G <br>

                          Region Code: 0 (Region-Free - Plays Worldwide) <br>

                      DVD Format: Format-Free DVD-R (Plays in  PAL and NTSC DVD players)<br>

                      <a href="SaleRegDVDs1.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt;</a> <span class="style5">50% off till 5/31/10</span></td>

                    </tr>

                    <tr valign="top">

                      <td class="storyLeft"><p> <a href="SaleTOHDVDs2crit.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style6">Season 2-<em>Criterion Edition</em> </span> </a><span class="style20">29 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

            Featuring Paul Burke as Col. Joseph Gallagher<br>

            CRITERION ED. DVD SPECS (29 B&amp;W episodes)<br>

                        <a href="SaleTOHDVDs2crit.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt;</a> <span class="style5">35% off till 5/31/10</span></p>          </td>

                      <td><p> <a href="SaleRegDVDs2.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style5">Season 2-<em>Regular Edition</em> </span></a><span class="style20">29 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

                      Featuring Paul Burke as Col. Joseph Gallagher<br>

                      REGULAR ED. DVD SPECS (29 B&amp;W episodes)<br>

                        <a href="SaleRegDVDs2.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt;</a> <span class="style5">50% off till 5/31/10</span></p>          </td>

                    </tr>

                    <tr valign="top">

                      <td class="storyLeft"><p> <a href="SaleTOHDVDs3crit.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style6">Season 3-<em>Criterion Edition</em> </span> </a><span class="style20">17 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

            Featuring Paul Burke as Col. Joseph Gallagher<br>

            CRITERION ED. DVD SPECS (17 Color episodes)<br>

                        <a href="SaleTOHDVDs3crit.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt; </a><span class="style5">35% off till 5/31/10</span></p>            </td>

                      <td><p> <a href="SaleRegDVDs3.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series on DVD <span class="style5">Season 3-<em>Regular Edition</em> </span> </a><span class="style20">17 Hours of Mystery, Suspense and Drama!</span><br>

                      Featuring Paul Burke as Col. Joseph Gallagher<br>

                      REGULAR ED. DVD SPECS (17 Color episodes)<br>

                        <a href="SaleRegDVDs3.htm">&lt; buying details: click here&gt;</a> <span class="style5">50% off till 5/31/10</span></p>            </td>

                    </tr>

                    <tr valign="top">

                      <td class="storyLeft"><a href="Evalpack.htm" class="capsule"><em>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series o<span class="style4">n DVD;</span><span class="style13"><em> <br>

                      Criterion</em> and <em>Regular</em> Evaluation Sampler DVD Pack </span></a> These are the best quality DVDs of this series your money can buy, but don't take our word for it, order the sampler pack which includes a regular edition DVD and the new Criterion DVD! This is the only series we've produced and the only series we sell. It's 100% pride: <br>

                      <span class="style13">**Buy the complete series (either set) in 14 days of your Sampler Pack and we'll REBATE your Sampler purchase! Does not apply to discounted sets or sales**</span> <a href="Evalpack.htm"><br>

                      &lt; buying details &gt;</a></td>

                      <td><span class="storyLeft"><a href="ipod.htm" class="capsule"><em><span class="style19">NEW! </span>12 O'clock High</em> TV Series <span class="style17">for your iPod IPhone!</span><span class="style13"><em> <br>

                      </em></span></a> Now you can watch 12 O'Clock High on your video capable iPod. Thats's right, every episode from all 3 seasons begging to be added to your iTunes Library then your iPod.This is the only series we've produced and the only series we sell. It's 100% pride: <br>

            <span class="style18">**All these 78 iPod formatted episodes are included free with the Criterion edition.**</span> <a href="ipod.htm"><br>

            &lt; buying details &gt;</a></span></td>

                    </tr>

                  </table>

                </div>

              </div>

               <div id="siteInfo">    

                 <div align="center"><a href="#">About Us</a> | <a href="SiteMap.html">Site

                  Map</a> | <a href="#">Privacy Policy</a><span class="style4"> | <a href="mailto:&#105;&#109;&#103;&#117;&#105;&#108;&#100;&#64;&#115;&#110;&#101;&#116;&#46; &#110;&#101;&#116;?subject=TOH%20question">Contact Us</a> | <a href="mailto:&#105;&#109;&#103;&#117;&#105;&#108;&#100;&#64;&#115;&#110;&#101;&#116;&#46; &#110;&#101;&#116;?subject=TOH%20question">&copy;2010

                12OclockHighTV.com</a> </span> <span class="style4">| <a href="FAQ.html">More Info </a></span><span class="story"><img src="/cgi-sys/Count.cgi?df=toh.dat|display=Counter|ft=6|md=8|frgb=100;139;216|dd=B"></spa n></div>

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            • 3. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
              Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              The page on your site is still cut off in Code View.  So I don't know what to tell you.

               

              Run your code through the validation tools below and fix reported errors.  FYI: Flash code doesn't always validate so you can skip those errors.

               

               

              Nancy O.
              Alt-Web Design & Publishing
              Web | Graphics | Print | Media  Specialists
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              • 4. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                Steve Woron Level 1

                Heres what I got. Is the answer here (??) I dont know how o fix these.

                 

                line 194:

                tag: " tr" invalid inside tag: "p". " p" closing tag is optional. Validation will proceed as if context is closed.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                line 200

                The "param" doesn't allow a closing tag.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                389:

                The tag: "img" has an XML style closing syntax for an empty element even though version: "HTML4" is not an XML tag language.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                217:

                The tag:"p" is not allowed within: "span" It is only allowed within: button, del, fieldset, iframe, ins, noframes, noscript, object.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                217:

                tag: " p" invalid inside tag: "p". " p" closing tag is optional. Validation will proceed as if context is closed.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                202:

                The tag:"p" is not allowed within: "span" It is only allowed within: button, del, fieldset, iframe, ins, noframes, noscript, object.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                222

                tag: " p" allows optional closing tag. closing tag:  "h2" closes "p" context. Validation will proceed as if context is closed.Nesting error, "span" should be closed before closing "h2"[HTML 4.0]

                 

                222:

                tag: " p" allows optional closing tag. closing tag:  "h2" closes "p" context. Validation will proceed as if context is closed.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                314:

                tag: " tr" invalid inside tag: "p". " p" closing tag is optional. Validation will proceed as if context is closed.[HTML 4.0]

                 

                • 5. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                  Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                  Unclosed or orphaned tags are a common problem.

                  If you can't work in Code View and add or remove <p> and </p> tags when required, there is very little anyone here can do to help you.  You must learn HTML syntax.


                  HTML & CSS Tutorials - http://w3schools.com/

                   

                  Nancy O.
                  Alt-Web Design & Publishing
                  Web | Graphics | Print | Media  Specialists
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                  • 6. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                    Steve Woron Level 1

                    Well, I spent 3 hours trying to figure out the code and really couldnt. I noticed the cut off problem happened when I added Google Adsense so I started deleting ads and strangely type started reappearing back that was cut off from the bottom.

                    I couldnt get it all back. Finally I used http://validator.w3.org/

                    I uploaded my index file to them and it was corrected! Yea!

                    (although yesterday it DID NOT fix the problem...)

                     

                    today: I (and they) fixed it!

                    • 7. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                      Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                      today: I (and they) fixed it!

                       

                      Good job, Steve.  Isn't web design fun?! 

                       

                      Google code can be a major source of irritation. Usually you can fix it with CDATA tags.

                      http://alt-web.blogspot.com/2008/02/google-analytics-tracking-code-does-not.html

                       

                       

                       

                       

                      Nancy O.
                      Alt-Web Design & Publishing
                      Web | Graphics | Print | Media  Specialists
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                      • 8. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                        Steve Woron Level 1

                        No, its not fun trying to figure out someone else's free site template.

                        But I do have a another question;

                        Google wants me to put their analyatics code just below the top <body> code.

                        Heres all I found...<body onmousemove="closesubnav(event);">

                        Does it go below that, I assume?

                         

                        Partial code:

                         

                        <style type="text/css">

                        div.c1 {text-align: center}

                        </style>

                        </head>

                        <body onmousemove="closesubnav(event);">

                        <div class="skipLinks">skip to: <a href="#content">page content</a> | <a href="pageNav">links on this page</a> | <a href="#globalNav">site navigation</a> | <a href="#siteInfo">footer (site information)</a></div>

                        <div id="masthead">

                        • 9. Re: Why is Bottom of my index page cut off?
                          Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                          I place Google Analytics tracking code at the end of my documents -- after the last closing division and above the end of body tag.

                           

                           

                          </div>

                           

                          <script type="text/javascript">
                          //<![CDATA[
                          var  gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." :  "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost +  "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));
                          //]]>
                          </script>
                          <script  type="text/javascript">
                          //<!--[CDATA[
                          var  pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-XXXX-XX"); pageTracker._initData();  pageTracker._trackPageview();
                          //]]-->
                          </script>

                           

                          </body>

                           

                           

                          Nancy O.
                          Alt-Web Design & Publishing
                          Web | Graphics | Print | Media  Specialists
                          http://alt-web.com/
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