Posted on January 18, 2018 at 12:04 PM
Element a not allowed as child of element ul in this context The content model of ul does not allow an a child, in any version of HTML. You need to wrap the a element inside an li element, if you wish to have it inside a ul element. Why use ul in the first place ?
4:22 PM - 28 Dec 2017 No progress Day
Bad day no progress on a website that has got the start page in 4 different formats tied into the js script with the css on the html page loading 4 /6 seconds what a waste of time you cannot put a static picture on with the ref to the video formats removing the whole web site. The design is brilliant and well thought out. The web designer would know how it works but for me we would have to take days looking at the script to change it.
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This has beaten me ?In the URL are not cached by some proxy caching servers, its better to remove them
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