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  1. #1
    Nancy O
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    Default Re: Valid code?

    You are not alone in your thinking, Tomas. Many NOF users are frustrated
    with the non-compliant code.

    I think the Goldmine package of components at Coolmaps has been upgraded to
    work with NOF9.

    Cheers,
    Nancy


    "Tomas" <tomas.kocanda@2020.cz> wrote in message
    news:e09qen$hmi6@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Thanks Nancy,
    > it looks like CodeTweaker may be better option for me as I will not need

    to
    > publish all locally and ftp it on the server - in CodeTweaker it should be
    > integrated in the NOF enviroment. Only strange thing is, that the

    component
    > is described as for anything up to version 8, while I´m using NOF9.
    > But in principle - why is the output generated by NOF not valid right from
    > the output? I know, many other WYSIWYG codes are not valid including code
    > generated by some dynamic database publishing systems. But version 9 is
    > quite recent and such integrated "validator" may be big improvement I

    think.
    >
    > Tomas
    >
    >
    > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> píše v diskusním příspěvku
    > news:e09e22$hkd1@news01.netobjects.com...
    > > No and yes. NOF doesn't create W3C code b/c of it's proprietary NOF
    > > master
    > > border layout tags (and a few other things). Before you upload pages to
    > > server, run your local publish files through Check My Code (available at
    > > www.fusionuser.com )
    > > or get CodeTweaker (from www.coolmaps.com). Or you could use an html
    > > editor
    > > instead.
    > >
    > > --Nancy
    > >
    > >
    > > "Tomas" <tomas.kocanda@2020.cz> wrote in message
    > > news:e09cds$hkm3@news01.netobjects.com...
    > >> Is possible to create W3C valid code using NOF9? Seems like even very

    > > simple
    > >> test pages are reporting major validation errors...
    > >> Our clients start asking about it.
    > >> Any ideas?
    > >>
    > >> Tomas
    > >>
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >
    >




  2. #2
    Tomas
    Guest

    Default Re: Valid code?

    Thanks Nancy,
    it looks like CodeTweaker may be better option for me as I will not need to
    publish all locally and ftp it on the server - in CodeTweaker it should be
    integrated in the NOF enviroment. Only strange thing is, that the component
    is described as for anything up to version 8, while I´m using NOF9.
    But in principle - why is the output generated by NOF not valid right from
    the output? I know, many other WYSIWYG codes are not valid including code
    generated by some dynamic database publishing systems. But version 9 is
    quite recent and such integrated "validator" may be big improvement I think.

    Tomas


    "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> píše v diskusním příspěvku
    news:e09e22$hkd1@news01.netobjects.com...
    > No and yes. NOF doesn't create W3C code b/c of it's proprietary NOF
    > master
    > border layout tags (and a few other things). Before you upload pages to
    > server, run your local publish files through Check My Code (available at
    > www.fusionuser.com )
    > or get CodeTweaker (from www.coolmaps.com). Or you could use an html
    > editor
    > instead.
    >
    > --Nancy
    >
    >
    > "Tomas" <tomas.kocanda@2020.cz> wrote in message
    > news:e09cds$hkm3@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> Is possible to create W3C valid code using NOF9? Seems like even very

    > simple
    >> test pages are reporting major validation errors...
    >> Our clients start asking about it.
    >> Any ideas?
    >>
    >> Tomas
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




  3. #3
    Tomas
    Guest

    Default Valid code?

    Is possible to create W3C valid code using NOF9? Seems like even very simple
    test pages are reporting major validation errors...
    Our clients start asking about it.
    Any ideas?

    Tomas



  4. #4
    Nancy O
    Guest

    Default Re: Valid code?

    No and yes. NOF doesn't create W3C code b/c of it's proprietary NOF master
    border layout tags (and a few other things). Before you upload pages to
    server, run your local publish files through Check My Code (available at
    www.fusionuser.com )
    or get CodeTweaker (from www.coolmaps.com). Or you could use an html editor
    instead.

    --Nancy


    "Tomas" <tomas.kocanda@2020.cz> wrote in message
    news:e09cds$hkm3@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Is possible to create W3C valid code using NOF9? Seems like even very

    simple
    > test pages are reporting major validation errors...
    > Our clients start asking about it.
    > Any ideas?
    >
    > Tomas
    >
    >




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