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    tentitively validating xhtml strict

    I used the Firefox web developer toolbar to breifly validate this page: www.deronsizemore.com/countryside

    it told me that it tentitively validates xhtml strict....what exactly does that mean? I don't have a strict doctype set up, its a transitional...?
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    Validates fine for me .... xhtml 1.0 strict!

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    This Page Is Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional!


    I'm not sure why it would say strict for you.

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    hmmm...yeah it was just in the Firefox web developer tool bar thingy, so I don't know.

    Thanks guys.
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    OOPS My bad ... didnt read!

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    It means that if you would use a Strict DOCTYPE, it would validate as Strict. You can use the DOCTYPE override function in the W3C HTML Validator: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...rict&verbose=1

    Since it validates as Strict, I would change to a Strict DOCTYPE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zcorpan

    Since it validates as Strict, I would change to a Strict DOCTYPE.
    Good idea!
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