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    Arrow XHTML + RDFa warnings

    My web site validates for XHTML + RDFa, but testing it with RDFa Distiler I get these warnings:

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    • === pyRdfa warning === XHTML Parsing error in input file: mismatched tag: line 46, column 2. Falling back on the HTML5 parser
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: '480'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: '600'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: '640'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: '800'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'SHORTCUT'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'noicon'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'popup'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'rss'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'standard'
    • === pyRdfa warning === invalid @rel/@rev value: 'vote-against'


    More here: http://www.w3.org/2007/08/pyRdfa/ext...true&submit=Go!

    As you see, most are about the values I am using in the "rel" attributes, and one is a "XHTML Parsing error in input file: mismatched tag" which I cannot figure out what.

    Also it does not parse here: http://www.w3.org/2005/08/online_xsl...eoworkers.com/

    Any ideas what am I doing wrong or how can I get the above fixed?

    Thanks a lot in advance for your kind support.

    John

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    I guess they are getting the text/html version (same as IE gets) where you use <link> instead of <link/>.

    The other warnings are simply rel values that aren't defined in HTML. For the popup thing you could (ab)use class or something instead, 'SHORTCUT ICON' should be just 'ICON', and the others should probably be class.

    On an unrelated note, I think you're the first I've seen to use the XHTML+RDFa doctype and application/xhtml+xml -- I wonder when browsers will be forced to add it to the list of FPIs that enable the HTML entities...
    Simon Pieters


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