Angeljane wrote:Why is this;
<link rel="stylesheet" href="emx_nav_left.css" type="text/css">
coming up as a problem?
Dreamweaver MX is probably attempting to validate the page against the W3C's XHTML standard. The proper way of using that tag would be as follows:
[tt]<link rel="stylesheet" href="emx_nav_left.css" type="text/css" />
Notice how I've added a slash to the end of the tag. In HTML, this is not required, as HTML can take standalone elements not being closed. XHTML is a stricter standard that can't do the same. Therefore, a closed element (such as [tt]<element>content</element>[/tt]) can be implemented in such a tag by doing [tt]<element2 />[/tt].
There isn't any reason, though, why that wouldn't render properly in a browser either way, as most browsers will either 'fix' that for you, or back down to an HTML rendering mode (where that tag is allowed), allowing the page to be properly rendered.
As DJGM mentioned, though, it would be a good idea to post a URL to the site in question.
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