Good question... I dunno what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Hi giz, thanks for the input. I've updated the code a bit to take into account the errors that you pointed out. I still have two left - one to do with the height and one to do with not defining the doctype correctly or something. The table doesn't seem to work still. So now I have three queries:.
What's wrong with the table still?.
Why is the height problem flagged by the validator?.
How do I put the doc type in? I've tried duplicating the code it appears to suggest but the validator still seems to be huffy..
*edit* so there's no height attribute huh? hmm, seems like there would be. oh well, one query down at least..
*edit2* well the height attribute certainly seems to affect the table. I'm lost and getting rather confused so I'm just going to go to bed I think. Any advice still welcome!..
The height attribute still works, but it's.
Which I think means it will stop working in the new versions of HTML...
Hi hockyfan641, thanks for the hint - that would have probably driven me mad. Any idea what's replacing it? Am I supposed to use a style sheet or something instead? Rather annoying that the validator is quite so brusk. It could have just said "this is deprecated" rather than basically "WTH is this?!" as it did. Oh well...
Giz could help you with this more than me, but im' pretty sure to make a table a certain height without using the height attribute is to put a cell(td) inside of it with a set height, which is a valid attribute for a <td> tag...
Set the height by using an HTML attribute on the.
, or by using CSS, or by using a background image on the.
The validator can be cryptic, but you'll pick it up soon enough..
It would also give the same message if you had an attribute called.
In your code. It simply tells you that that attribute does not exist..
Sometimes you look and it has flagged up an attribute that.
Exist, but when you look closer, you actually mis-spelled the attribute:.
Is a favourite...