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I had my website checked with the W3C markup validation service and it came up with 7 mistakes ... that were all in the StatCounter Code! (If you're interested, see results here.)
I'm not greatly alarmed or anything but I just wondered if you (at StatCounter) were aware of this. I would appreciate any tips on maybe correcting the code, though :).

Thanks,
Sandra Daniels
 
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Hi Sandra,

Your results link is not working! Would be interesting to see what your errors are. I get zero errors on Transitional XHTML but quite a few Strict XHTML errors on embedded Flash audio players that I use. Never had a Statcounter error.

Richard
 

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Sandra, did you tick the "Must be XHTML compliant" box when generating your Statcounter code? I suspect not.

Either generate your code again, ticking the XHTML option OR insert a "/" where shown in red ....

alt="blogspot counter" /></a></div></noscript>
<!-- End of StatCounter Code -->

:wink:
 
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Problem solved!

YES, that was all there was to it! I feel a bit like a novice :oops: but / and my site is (W3C-) flawless now to fit that feeling. Thanks JWJ!

Sandra
 
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Corrected link

Hi RichardHK,

As you can see the problem has been solved. But if you're still interested, the link in my first posting is working now!

:cool: Sandra
 
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