For most <!DOCTYPE>s, <meta> tags are only allowed in the <head> section. Move your code there.
The code snippet was taken from Facebook. They've got it in the head.
If I put it in the head, I get 3 errors, due to the noscript tag and the meta tag.
Noscript, according to W3C should be in the body...
What do you do with the user, when he clicks the click (the escape).
your suggestion is much appreciated, would work and is elegant.
I read it carefully.
I just don't want to completely overhaul the architecture I'm happy with.
The main problem is, that the first and main URL would be very ugly
Customers would have to place links to that page, which they surely don't want to...
If I understood that wrong, please let me know.
No, I'm following the FaceBook architecture:
- in case not - graceful descent to the escape page
My only worry is how to make the mentioned snippet validate.
I've been told not to worship the W3C validator too much.
Maybe I'll have to live with the error...
- Include an unconditional redirect to http://4nf.org/bo.php from that client page
- Perform all tag substitution in PHP and include your formidable JS-snippet
- In that snippet redirect back to the client page http://www.oeko-fakt.de/ and enjoy full JS and AJAX functionality!
What do you think of that architecture? Is it cleaner?