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Line 110 No space between attributes [HTML5]

Thread began 4/26/2012 4:48 pm by h150477 | Last modified 4/27/2012 10:29 am by Jason Byrnes | 3531 views | 1 replies |

h150477

Line 110 No space between attributes [HTML5]

A message similar to the above is generated when using the w3c validator on a page using the login_basic_default behaviour using xamp running on a 64 bit win7 machine. It picks two lines in particular, and they are very difficult to find, as server lines and dreamweaver lines have different numbers.
The cure is to start looking around the line that starts "The password doesn't meet the specified strength." and look up and down for sets of </span><span class=
Change them to </span> <span class= (note the space between the > <)
After that the page should validate OK.

I have also found that while the login page works fine in a browser, it is impossible to get it to run in Dreamweaver live view, which makes it very difficult to run and debug pages that depend on values set within the login page.

Can anyone tell me how to set more session variables at the login stage. I need three from the same table, but am loath to change the code in this complex page.

Lastly, is it possible to change to encrypted passwords this without re-constructing the whole page.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have logged a bug for the HTML Validation issue.

Dream weavers live view relies on your site settings, for live view to work correctly, you need to have the Site definition properly configured to connect to a testing server. Live View uses the testing server connection. However, live view is not totally reliable, it is not a substitute for testing in the browser. Testing the values that are set in the login page and debugging those values is better done in the browser than in live view.

to set more session variables, open the login page, go to the server behaviors panel (Window -> Server Behaviors) and double click the Security Assist Authenticate User behavior, on the session variables tab, click the plus button and select the columns from the users table you wish to store in session variables.


adding encryption to the passwords after the pages are created is problematic.

it is much easier to re run the wizard and add encryption in the wizard.

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