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    Coding Error

    I would like to please know how to fix the coding error on the following which does not allow users to fill in their information on the bottom of the page. https://prostores3.carrierzone.com/s...s_com/Checkout & makes the page look the way it is in the Microsoft Browser.

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    It might be one of these 192 errors, http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...Inline&group=0 , or it could be something else.
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    Which one of the 192 Errors is causing the problem?

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    Each one is causing some problem.
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    I used the HTML Tidy program to clean up alot of the errors & I know got it down to 76 Errors. However the tidy program does not seem to fix the parsing errors & I don't understand how to fix the errors that are left. The w.3 validator doesn't really give a clear explanation on how to fix the problems & in the meantine users still cannot fill in the information on this form. Do you know of a program that fixes parsing errors? or can you fix them?

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    With each error listed, the validator tells you how to fix it.
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    Well it does not give a clear understandable explanation

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    A lot of your problems seem to be that you have mixed HTML with XHTML and that you have not provided a proper DOCTYPE.
    Last edited by Charles; 08-25-2009 at 08:08 PM.
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