URLs Not Considered Valid
I've got an article which links to several testing sites - Cynthia Says and W3C Validator results. The W3C validator is listing all those URLs as not valid coding due to their having "=" and "&" in the addresses. Is the validator just freaking out, or do I need to change something?
I want to make sure this page validates, since the article is partially about creating good & accessible mark-up.
As per the link in the error explanation, try changing those ampersands to the & character entity.
I don't see the change when I view your source code. The links should look like:
Originally Posted by KDLA
PS: The next thing you'll find is that the target="_blank" is deprecated.
<a href="http://www.contentquality.com/mynewtester/cynthia.exe?rptmode=2&url1=http%3A//www.dcplibrary.org/" target="_blank">
Huh - - -
Thanks NogDog. I changed the code twice, but it's not showing up as changed. Maybe a Dreamweaver problem -- I'll try it in Notepad.
I appreciate your working with me on this!
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