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Not valid using kubrick

  • greatgoron
    Member

    @greatgoron

    Hi! I’m not sure why I can’t validate my blog. I’m using the kubrick template with some modifications. When i try to validate through http://validator.w3.org, i get this message:
    ” Sorry, I am unable to validate this document because on line 307 it contained one or more bytes that I cannot interpret as utf-8 (in other words, the bytes found are not valid values in the specified Character Encoding). Please check both the content of the file and the character encoding indication.”
    I’ve checked the source code but still can’t find an answer. Hope you can help me. Saludos!
    Tha site is: http://www.adenoia.org/eldummy/

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  • Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    “Contraseñ ” is causing the problem – can you use this instead ?
    Contraseñ

    moshu
    Member

    @moshu

    put up your index page as .txt on your site and give a link

    greatgoron
    Member

    @greatgoron

    podz: I’ll erase that entry to see if “ñ” is causing trouble.
    moshu: Here’s the address with the index page.
    http://www.adenoia.org/eldummy/index.txt

    Anonymous

    could be an encoding thing… utf-8 dislikes some language-specific entities.

    moshu
    Member

    @moshu

    Thx, but no more need for this, since podz has found what the problem is! Did you correct that?

    Anonymous

    I didn’t know entities still worked with &amp rather than & — must try it out sometime.

    greatgoron
    Member

    @greatgoron

    Maybe i did it wrong, but after i erased the entry with “Contraseñ ” the error appeared on other line. If i did a wrong thing please tell me. Saludos!

    greatgoron
    Member

    @greatgoron

    Well, i solved it. It was the utf-8 encoding. Thanks!

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