The validator tells you what their importance is.
Trailing slash on void elements has no effect and interacts badly with unquoted attribute values.
From line 37, column 18; to line 37, column 75
<div><img src="http://placekitten.com/g/240/210" alt="image" /></div>
Remove the trailing slash that is before the closing bracket as it is not required in html5.
alt=“image” is nonsense as it tells me nothing I wouldn’t know already from the mark up. It should be specific to describe the image.
If the image is just decoration then it should be empty. i.e.
corected line 37, 55, 59 same
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corected line 92 and 93 same
i believe i have been told to ignore this
please help me out here
tell me what my code should look like
Yes you can ignore that as it will go away when you use English text.
everything is validated
i tried to figure this out myself, no go
i would think this is simple
please clarify and pass on to me the right code, and again, a comment on how you fixed it
.iHolder img Value Error :
0 can be a
unit. You must put a unit after your number :
Seems fairly self explanatory. The
You need to specifiy which units.