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I'm having some problems. I hope someone can help.
I'm trying to validate my html document using:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
and I keep getting two error messages:
1. Line 62, column 27: there is no attribute "HEIGHT" (explain...).
2. Line 75, column 56: there is no attribute "BACKGROUND" (explain...).
Does anybody have any idea what alternative I can use?
For the first error it appears you have set a height attribute on your table. This is not in the w3c html 4.01 transitional spec, so gets reported as an error.
Removing the 'height="110"' bit will fix the error but may change your layout. If you need to fix this try using CSS to add padding or margins.
The second error appears to be using a background image attribute on a table, again not w3c-standard html. You could move this into a CSS style sheet like