HTML Complete Course
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|37||Page 37 Step 2
Step 2 instructs: 2. On line 1 and 2, type: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "DTD/xhtmll-transitional.dtd"> Make sure the characters in the DTD portion are xhtmll - that is, that they use two letter l's. If one of these characters is the number 1, or both are the number 1, the page won't validate using the W3C Code Validator. Since it can be difficult to determine the character sometimes, check the CD samples' code to ensure you have typed the correct characters.
|65||Page 65 Step 9
The first line of the step reads: "On line 13, replace <td>Cell B</td>." The sentence should read "On line 13, replace <td>Cell A</td>."
|84||Page 84 Step 2
The description of the image is given as Images/stripe.gif; this should read Images/stripe.jpg as shown in the figure.
|103||Page 103 Steps 25 and 27
These steps refer to using the Blur effect. The steps read: Choose Edit-->Blur-->Soften. The steps should read: Choose Image-->Blur-->Soften.
|132||Page 132 Step 1
The step currently reads: 1. Open the Image Sources folder, and select booking_bkgd.jpg. The folder is within your Sizzle site folder (if you copied the files) and is also on the CD. It should read: 1. Open the Image Sources folder, and select pool_bkgd.jpg. The folder is within your Sizzle site folder (if you copied the files) and is also on the CD.
|338||Page 338 CD Bonus Session Reference
It is indicated that there is a Bonus Session on the CD entitled "Posting Your Site". The Bonus Session is missing from the CD but can be downloaded here.
|Issues with Windows XP Service Pack 2
IE and Windows XP Service Pack 2 If you are using Internet Explorer and have installed Windows XP SP2, you won't be able to validate your files using the W3C XHTML Validator. There is a bug in the software that changes the file format from HTML to plain text, which the Validator won't recognize. You will this error message "Sorry, I am unable to validate this document because its content type is text/plain, which is not currently supported by this service." There are several optional ways you can validate the file, such as uploading the files to a Web server or using a different browser. More information is available from the W3C on this page: http://www.w3.org/QA/2005/01/Validator-IE_WinXP_SP2