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CSS Validation - Property Size Doesn't Exist

Thread began 4/28/2009 6:54 pm by chris373651 | Last modified 4/29/2009 7:21 am by chris373651 | 6196 views | 2 replies


CSS Validation - Property Size Doesn't Exist

After creating a site using SiteAssist Professional, I decided to run the Web Standards Advisor. (I have all the latest versions)

One error that continually comes up is "CSS Validation - Property Size Doesn't Exist". This error is in 4 :

(dot)overviewAboveDetails_hr (fancy bracket)
margin-left: 0px;
size: 1px;

Line: 62 - .anchorLink_hr
Line: 59 - .overviewAboveDetails_hr

These are in the unedited standard template areas of the SiteAssist Pro\Consultant Professional\Business\Slate templates. And it seems that this error is only occurring on the Detail Pages > Overview Above Details, Detail Pages > Text Only, and the Blank Page.

So my question is: can I just delete the size statement without impacting my site? And if so, maybe the programmers can just delete this code from the SiteAssist Professional.

Thank you for your help.

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