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About CSS Form Builder W3C validation

Thread began 12/07/2009 12:46 pm by brunodarwin371999 | Last modified 12/07/2009 2:44 pm by brunodarwin371999 | 1266 views | 3 replies


About CSS Form Builder W3C validation


I want my websites to be ok with all my customers browsers.
But it seems to have many problems with CSS form builder...

> I start with a blank php page.
When I build a form page with CSS Form Builder, No problem. I can see the generated page in my Dreamweaver CS3.

I then check the form page with another Webassist plug-in (Jeffrey Zeldman's Web Standard Advisor), there are more than 20 errors !

When I check the page with Dreamweaver CS3 Browser compatibility, there are plenty of errors for the different browsers with css file generated by CSS Form Builder :

51 for Safari 2.0
44 for Internet Explorer for Macintosh 5.2
43 for Opera 8.0, 9.0
41 for Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0
35 for Netscape 8.0
29 for Firefox 1.5

and the famous IE6 3px generated with float boxes...

Can we fix this ?

Thank you

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