XHTML 1.0 Transitional Compliance

Ovid poec at yahoo.com
Wed May 29 13:16:43 CDT 2002

--- Todd Caine <todd_caine at eli.net> wrote:
> I was just checking for updates to the pdx.pm site today and
> noticed that http://portland.pm.org/ no longer validates as
> XHTML 1.0 transitional.
> Here's the patch:
> 103c103
> < <img
> src="http://www.pm.org/Images/Friends/rackspace_top_logo.gif"
> alt="Rackspace" border="0">
> ---
> > <img src="http://www.pm.org/Images/Friends/rackspace_top_logo.gif" alt="Rackspace" border="0"
> />
> It might actually be less key stokes to just edit the file
> manually.
> I was bored, ok?
> Todd


Yeah, I noticed that problem, too.  However, Rackspace is providing the hosting (for free, if I
recall) and they attach their banner to the bottom of the page.  The HTML is not actually in the
page :(  

I was thinking about sending them an email, but since they're being generous in providing the
page, I thought that looking a gift horse in the mouth might not be the best option.  I should
probably remove the darned buttons, now.

Curtis "Ovid" Poe

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