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    Could someone tell me what this means.

    attribute `CLASS' for <div> is extended markup (use "-x <extension>" to allow this).
    Thank You.

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    Doesn't ring any bells. Where did you get it?

    I'll narrow it down for you, it's probably to do with one of the following -

    HTML, DHTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, CSS2, ASP, PHP, JavaScript, Java, VBScript, or Perl.

    narrow it down at all?
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    Post the page that is giving you this error, I would be very interested to see what is causing this.

    thanks,

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    Wink

    My HTML editor, 40tude HTML, also gives me messages like that when I run my HTML validation tool. Code works anyway in browsers 3+.



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    The trouble with validators is that they pick up on code that works, and don't pick up on code that doesn't ... sometimes.

    They're very useful tools for checking structural errors like missing out on a closing </td> tag, but don't rely on any validator to help you learn HTML, because it will only frustrate and confuse.




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