Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-17 Thread Tom Ditmars
On 16-Jun-10 12:34, Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type
 after the change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell
 me what the issue is???

Right here:
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

Also, as other have mentioned, you should check with your host to make
sure that the file is served how you want it (most likely
application/xhtml+xml). Once you have that set up, you should remove
that meta element.
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Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-17 Thread Frances de Waal

Hi Kevin,

The MIME type application/xhtml+xml may be the right choise in theorie  
but causes some problems in practice. We have finally decided to stop  
using it for mobile devices. Besides of that if your site will be  
maintained with a CMS you can't control the content and a page might  
go blank cause of one little mistake in the code. Removing the content- 
type meta-tag makes Dreamweaver to convert the page to ISO instead of  
UTF, maybe other editors do so as well. Our experience with  
application/xhtml+xml in a nutshell is that the web is not set for it.


Cheers,
Frances de Waal
www.waalweb.nl

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volgende geschreven:\



On 16-Jun-10 12:34, Kevin Erickson wrote:

Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type
after the change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell
me what the issue is???


Right here:

meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /


Also, as other have mentioned, you should check with your host to make
sure that the file is served how you want it (most likely
application/xhtml+xml). Once you have that set up, you should remove
that meta element.
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RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-16 Thread Kevin Erickson
Thanks much!! I will try this.

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
Behalf Of Phil Archer
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 1:51 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

The Doctype for XHTML Basic 1.1 is:

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Question: For the line, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, 
 would I change this to, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, ??
 
 And change, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /, 
 to, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=application/xhtml+xml;
 charset=utf-8 /, ??
 
 I have not been able to find the answers on the web.
 Thanks.
 
 Kevin
 
 -Original Message-
 From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
 Behalf Of Phil Archer
 Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:15 PM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails
 
 Hi Kevin,
 
 The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
 XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
 or application/xhtml+xml
 
 but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.
 
 The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
 appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
 a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
 need to do as you are doing and use text/html.
 
 However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
 leave things as they are ;-)
 
 Presumably you got this warning from the mobi Ready tool? This uses the 
 same core code as the W3C mobileOK checker 
 http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ (although we've added a lot of extra UI 
 stuff over the last year or so).
 
 HTH
 
 Phil.
 
 Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Hello All,

 If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
 MIME type.

 Page code:

  

 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?

 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;

 html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;

   head

 titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title

 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

 meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /

 meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /

 meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /

 meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width
 /
 meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows
 you
 to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile
 device,
 such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  

 meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
 government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /

 

 style type=text/css

 @import url(../../css/m_index.css);

 /style

 link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
 media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /

   /head

   body

   !-- Start of Mobile --

 div id=m-header

   h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
 height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1

   pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
 Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p

 /div

 div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div

 div class=m-body

   h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2

   ul

 liHome/li

 lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch
 Virginia.gov/a/li
   /ul

   h2People:/h2

   ul

 lia accesskey=2
href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li

 lia accesskey=3
href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li

 lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
 Employees/a/li

 lia accesskey=5
href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li

   /ul

   h2Information:/h2

   ul

 lia accesskey=6
 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
 lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
 Services/a/li

 lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li

 lia accesskey=9
 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
 lia accesskey=A
href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li

 lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
 Travel/a/li

   /ul

 h2About Virginia:/h2

   ul

 lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
 History/a/li

 lia accesskey=D
href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
 Virginia/a/li

   /ul

 /div

 div id=m-footer

   ul

 lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li

 lia href=http://www.virginia.gov

RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-16 Thread Kevin Erickson
Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type after the
change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell me what the
issue is???

Latest code:

?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;
html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
  head
titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /
meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /
meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /
meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /
meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width /
meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=no-transform /
meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows you
to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile device,
such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. / 
meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /

style type=text/css
@import url(../../css/m_index.css);
/style
link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /
  /head
  body
  !-- Start of Mobile --
div id=m-header
  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1
  !--pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p--
/div
div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div div class=m-body
  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2
  ul
liHome/li
lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
  h2People:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li
lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li
lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
Employees/a/li
lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li
  /ul
  h2Information:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=6 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
Services/a/li
lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li
lia accesskey=9 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li
lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
Travel/a/li
  /ul
h2About Virginia:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
History/a/li
lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
Virginia/a/li
  /ul
/div
div id=m-footer
  ul
lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li
lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li
lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.
htmlSite Policies/a/li
lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.
htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
/div
  /body
/html

Thanks!
Kevin

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
Behalf Of Phil Archer
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 1:51 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

The Doctype for XHTML Basic 1.1 is:

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Question: For the line, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, 
 would I change this to, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, ??
 
 And change, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /, 
 to, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=application/xhtml+xml;
 charset=utf-8 /, ??
 
 I have not been able to find the answers on the web.
 Thanks.
 
 Kevin
 
 -Original Message-
 From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
 Behalf Of Phil Archer
 Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:15 PM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails
 
 Hi Kevin,
 
 The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
 XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
 or application/xhtml+xml
 
 but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.
 
 The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
 appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
 a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
 need to do as you are doing and use text/html.
 
 However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
 leave things as they are ;-)
 
 Presumably you got

RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-16 Thread Spellacy, Michael
As I mentioned earlier, try checking to see what MIME type the server is
returning the page as. That may be the issue.

Regards,
Michael Spell Spellacy
http://www.spellacy.net

@spellacy

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
On Behalf Of Kevin Erickson
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 12:35 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

Arrrgh! Thanks for the attempt but it still warns on the MIME type after
the
change suggested. I guess I can move on but can anyone tell me what the
issue is???

Latest code:

?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;
html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
  head
titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8
/
meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /
meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /
meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /
meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width
/
meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=no-transform /
meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows
you
to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile
device,
such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /
meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /

style type=text/css
@import url(../../css/m_index.css);
/style
link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /
  /head
  body
  !-- Start of Mobile --
div id=m-header
  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1
  !--pa accesskey=Z
href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p--
/div
div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div div class=m-body
  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2
  ul
liHome/li
lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch
Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
  h2People:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=2
href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li
lia accesskey=3
href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li
lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
Employees/a/li
lia accesskey=5
href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li
  /ul
  h2Information:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=6
href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
Services/a/li
lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li
lia accesskey=9
href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
lia accesskey=A
href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li
lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
Travel/a/li
  /ul
h2About Virginia:/h2
  ul
lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts
and
History/a/li
lia accesskey=D
href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
Virginia/a/li
  /ul
/div
div id=m-footer
  ul
lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li
lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li
lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_pol
icy.
htmlSite Policies/a/li
lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact
_us.
htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
/div
  /body
/html

Thanks!
Kevin

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
On
Behalf Of Phil Archer
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 1:51 AM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

The Doctype for XHTML Basic 1.1 is:

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Question: For the line, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, 
 would I change this to, 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD Basic 1.1//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, ??
 
 And change, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /,

 to, 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=application/xhtml+xml;
 charset=utf-8 /, ??
 
 I have not been able to find the answers on the web.
 Thanks.
 
 Kevin
 
 -Original Message-
 From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org]
On
 Behalf Of Phil Archer
 Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:15 PM
 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
 Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails
 
 Hi Kevin,
 
 The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version
of 
 XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml

 or application/xhtml+xml
 
 but you're sending text/html so

[WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Kevin Erickson
Hello All,

If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
MIME type.

Page code:

 

?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;

html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;

  head

titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title

meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /

meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /

meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /

meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width /

meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows you
to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile device,
such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  

meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /



style type=text/css

@import url(../../css/m_index.css);

/style

link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /

  /head

  body

  !-- Start of Mobile --

div id=m-header

  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1

  pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p

/div

div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div

div class=m-body

  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2

  ul

liHome/li

lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

  h2People:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li

lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li

lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
Employees/a/li

lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li

  /ul

  h2Information:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=6 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li

lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
Services/a/li

lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li

lia accesskey=9 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li

lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li

lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
Travel/a/li

  /ul

h2About Virginia:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
History/a/li

lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
Virginia/a/li

  /ul

/div

div id=m-footer

  ul

lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li

lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li

lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.
htmlSite Policies/a/li

lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.
htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

/div

  /body

/html

 

To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the
error says:

 

Incorrect or missing MIME types were detected

The MIME types sent by servers give very important information to browsers
as to how to treat a document. If incorrect MIME types are sent with a
document, it may prevent the browser from correctly interpreting the
document and failing to render a document. 

For XHTML-MP, the recommended MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml or
application/xhtml+xml. Unlike HTML, XHTML-MP should not be served as
text/html.

Web servers are often set up correctly for common document types such as
HTML and CSS, but often do not have the correct doc types for XHTML-MP.
Please refer to mobiForge http://mobiforge.com  for instructions on how to
set up your MIME types correctly.

 WARN
MIME type was detected as text/html

 

I would send a link to the page but it is on a secure server.

Thank you very much for any help on this,

 

Kevin

 



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RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Spellacy, Michael
Hi Kevin,

Regardless of what you are declaring in your meta tags, the server will trump 
you here and serve out the page as it is configured to do so (as text/html), in 
which case you'll have to configure the server to serve the page out with 
correct mime type. I don't know what you are using to build your pages, but if 
it happens to be ASP.NET you can declare an override type in the Page directive 
like this:

%@ Page contenttype=application/xhtml+xml ... %

(This will cause page to be rendered as XML in Internet Explorer, but this is a 
mobile site so don't worry about it.)

If you can't configure the server, I probably wouldn't fret over that much 
either as your page should still render fine on most devices out there.

Regards,
Michael Spell Spellacy
http://www.spellacy.net

@spellacy

From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On 
Behalf Of Kevin Erickson
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 5:32 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

Hello All,
If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the MIME 
type.
Page code:

?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN 
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;
html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
  head
    titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title
    meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /
    meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /
    meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /
    meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /
    meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width /
    meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows you to 
access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile device, such 
as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  
    meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia government, 
PDA, phone, wireless, state /    
    
    style type=text/css
    @import url(../../css/m_index.css);
    /style
    link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css media=only 
screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /
  /head
  body
  !-- Start of Mobile --
    div id=m-header
  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151 
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1
  pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to 
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p
    /div
    div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div
div class=m-body
  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2
  ul
    liHome/li
    lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
  h2People:/h2
  ul
    lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li
    lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li
    lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState 
Employees/a/li
    lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li
  /ul
  h2Information:/h2
  ul
    lia accesskey=6 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
    lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline 
Services/a/li
    lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li
    lia accesskey=9 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
    lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li
    lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and 
Travel/a/li
  /ul
h2About Virginia:/h2
  ul
    lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and 
History/a/li
    lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping 
Virginia/a/li
  /ul
    /div
    div id=m-footer
  ul
    lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li
    lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li
    lia 
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.html;Site
 Policies/a/li
    lia 
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.html;Contact
 Virginia.gov/a/li
  /ul
    /div
  /body
/html

To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the error 
says:

Incorrect or missing MIME types were detected
The MIME types sent by servers give very important information to browsers as 
to how to treat a document. If incorrect MIME types are sent with a document, 
it may prevent the browser from correctly interpreting the document and failing 
to render a document. 
For XHTML-MP, the recommended MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml or 
application/xhtml+xml. Unlike HTML, XHTML-MP should not be served as text/html.
Web servers are often set up correctly for common document types such as HTML 
and CSS, but often do not have the correct doc types for XHTML-MP. Please refer 
to mobiForge for instructions on how to set up your MIME types correctly.
 WARN
MIME type was detected as text/html

I would send a link to the page but it is on a secure server.
Thank you very much for any

Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Phil Archer

Hi Kevin,

The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
or application/xhtml+xml


but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.

The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
need to do as you are doing and use text/html.


However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
leave things as they are ;-)


Presumably you got this warning from the mobi Ready tool? This uses the 
same core code as the W3C mobileOK checker 
http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ (although we've added a lot of extra UI 
stuff over the last year or so).


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:

Hello All,

If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
MIME type.

Page code:

 


?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;

html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;

  head

titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title

meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /

meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /

meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /

meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width /

meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows you
to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile device,
such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  


meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /




style type=text/css

@import url(../../css/m_index.css);

/style

link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /

  /head

  body

  !-- Start of Mobile --

div id=m-header

  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1

  pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p

/div

div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div

div class=m-body

  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2

  ul

liHome/li

lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

  h2People:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li

lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li

lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
Employees/a/li

lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li

  /ul

  h2Information:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=6 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li

lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
Services/a/li

lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li

lia accesskey=9 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li

lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li

lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
Travel/a/li

  /ul

h2About Virginia:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
History/a/li

lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
Virginia/a/li

  /ul

/div

div id=m-footer

  ul

lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li

lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li

lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.
htmlSite Policies/a/li

lia
href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.
htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

/div

  /body

/html

 


To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the
error says:

 


Incorrect or missing MIME types were detected

The MIME types sent by servers give very important information to browsers
as to how to treat a document. If incorrect MIME types are sent with a
document, it may prevent the browser from correctly interpreting the
document and failing to render a document. 


For XHTML-MP, the recommended MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml or
application/xhtml+xml. Unlike HTML, XHTML-MP should not be served as
text/html.

Web servers are often set up correctly for common document types such as
HTML and CSS, but often do not have the correct doc types for XHTML-MP.
Please refer to mobiForge http://mobiforge.com  for instructions on how to
set up your MIME types correctly.

 WARN
MIME type was detected as text/html

 


I would send a link to the page but it is on a secure server.

Thank you very much for any help on this,

 


Kevin

 





Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Kevin Erickson
I will take the advice from your emails and try again. I could leave it but it 
is something I just want to fix. Many Thanks!!!
Sent from my BlackBerry®

-Original Message-
From: Phil Archer ph...@w3.org
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 23:15:09 
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

Hi Kevin,

The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
or application/xhtml+xml

but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.

The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
need to do as you are doing and use text/html.

However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
leave things as they are ;-)

Presumably you got this warning from the mobi Ready tool? This uses the 
same core code as the W3C mobileOK checker 
http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ (although we've added a lot of extra UI 
stuff over the last year or so).

HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Hello All,
 
 If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
 MIME type.
 
 Page code:
 
  
 
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;
 
 html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
 
   head
 
 titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title
 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /
 
 meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /
 
 meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /
 
 meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /
 
 meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width /
 
 meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows you
 to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile device,
 such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  
 
 meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
 government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /
 
 
 
 style type=text/css
 
 @import url(../../css/m_index.css);
 
 /style
 
 link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
 media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /
 
   /head
 
   body
 
   !-- Start of Mobile --
 
 div id=m-header
 
   h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
 height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1
 
   pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
 Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p
 
 /div
 
 div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div
 
 div class=m-body
 
   h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2
 
   ul
 
 liHome/li
 
 lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch Virginia.gov/a/li
 
   /ul
 
   h2People:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
 Employees/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li
 
   /ul
 
   h2Information:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=6 href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
 Services/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=9 href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
 Travel/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 h2About Virginia:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
 History/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
 Virginia/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 /div
 
 div id=m-footer
 
   ul
 
 lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li
 
 lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li
 
 lia
 href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.
 htmlSite Policies/a/li
 
 lia
 href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.
 htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 /div
 
   /body
 
 /html
 
  
 
 To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the
 error says:
 
  
 
 Incorrect or missing MIME types were detected
 
 The MIME types sent by servers give very important information to browsers
 as to how to treat a document. If incorrect MIME types are sent with a
 document, it may prevent the browser from correctly interpreting the
 document and failing to render a document. 
 
 For XHTML-MP, the recommended MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml or
 application/xhtml+xml. Unlike HTML, XHTML-MP should not be served as
 text/html

RE: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Kevin Erickson
Question: For the line, 
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, 
would I change this to, 
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD Basic 1.1//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, ??

And change, 
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /, 
to, 
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=application/xhtml+xml;
charset=utf-8 /, ??

I have not been able to find the answers on the web.
Thanks.

Kevin

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
Behalf Of Phil Archer
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:15 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

Hi Kevin,

The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
or application/xhtml+xml

but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.

The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
need to do as you are doing and use text/html.

However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
leave things as they are ;-)

Presumably you got this warning from the mobi Ready tool? This uses the 
same core code as the W3C mobileOK checker 
http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ (although we've added a lot of extra UI 
stuff over the last year or so).

HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
 Hello All,
 
 If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
 MIME type.
 
 Page code:
 
  
 
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
 
 !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
 http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;
 
 html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
 
   head
 
 titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title
 
 meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /
 
 meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /
 
 meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /
 
 meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /
 
 meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width
/
 
 meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows
you
 to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile
device,
 such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  
 
 meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
 government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /
 
 
 
 style type=text/css
 
 @import url(../../css/m_index.css);
 
 /style
 
 link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
 media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /
 
   /head
 
   body
 
   !-- Start of Mobile --
 
 div id=m-header
 
   h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
 height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1
 
   pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
 Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p
 
 /div
 
 div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div
 
 div class=m-body
 
   h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2
 
   ul
 
 liHome/li
 
 lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch
Virginia.gov/a/li
 
   /ul
 
   h2People:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
 Employees/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li
 
   /ul
 
   h2Information:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=6
href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
 Services/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=9
href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
 Travel/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 h2About Virginia:/h2
 
   ul
 
 lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
 History/a/li
 
 lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
 Virginia/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 /div
 
 div id=m-footer
 
   ul
 
 lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li
 
 lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li
 
 lia

href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.
 htmlSite Policies/a/li
 
 lia

href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.
 htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li
 
   /ul
 
 /div
 
   /body
 
 /html
 
  
 
 To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the
 error says:
 
  
 
 Incorrect or missing MIME types were detected
 
 The MIME

Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

2010-06-15 Thread Phil Archer

The Doctype for XHTML Basic 1.1 is:

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML Basic 1.1//EN
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-basic/xhtml-basic11.dtd;


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:
Question: For the line, 
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, 
would I change this to, 
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD Basic 1.1//EN

http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;, ??

And change, 
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /, 
to, 
meta http-equiv=content-Type content=application/xhtml+xml;

charset=utf-8 /, ??

I have not been able to find the answers on the web.
Thanks.

Kevin

-Original Message-
From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On
Behalf Of Phil Archer
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 6:15 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Mobile Page Passes but MIME Type Fails

Hi Kevin,

The answer is in your e-mail. You have created a page using a version of 
XHTML for which the correct MIME type is application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml 
or application/xhtml+xml


but you're sending text/html so there is a mismatch, hence the warning.

The recommended markup for  mobile is now XHTML Basic 1.1 for which the 
appropriate MIME type is application/xhtml+xml but if you're sending to 
a device that doesn't support that (essentially just IE) then you'll 
need to do as you are doing and use text/html.


However... this is a warning, not a failure, so you may decide just to 
leave things as they are ;-)


Presumably you got this warning from the mobi Ready tool? This uses the 
same core code as the W3C mobileOK checker 
http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ (although we've added a lot of extra UI 
stuff over the last year or so).


HTH

Phil.

Kevin Erickson wrote:

Hello All,

If anyone can help me understand why my mobile page passes all accept the
MIME type.

Page code:

 


?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//WAPFORUM//DTD XHTML Mobile 1.0//EN
http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/xhtml-mobile10.dtd;

html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;

  head

titleVirginia.gov Mobile - Home/title

meta http-equiv=content-Type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 /

meta http-equiv=Cache-Control content=max-age=200 /

meta http-equiv=content-Language content=en-us /

meta name=HandheldFriendly content=True /

meta name=viewport content=user-scalable=no, width=device-width

/

meta name=description content=Virginia.gov Mobile Portal allows

you

to access key services from Virginia state government on your mobile

device,
such as news, alerts, weather, and contact information. /  


meta name=keywords content=mobile, Virginia.gov, Virginia
government, PDA, phone, wireless, state /




style type=text/css

@import url(../../css/m_index.css);

/style

link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=/css/iphone.css
media=only screen and (max-device-width: 480px) /

  /head

  body

  !-- Start of Mobile --

div id=m-header

  h1img src=../../images/virginia_dot_gov_logo.jpg width=151
height=40 alt=Virginia.gov Mobile Web Services //h1

  pa accesskey=Z href=../mobile_expanded/index.htmlSwitch to
Expanded Mobile Pages/a/p

/div

div class=m-breadcrumbsHome/div

div class=m-body

  h2Mobile Virginia.gov Services:/h2

  ul

liHome/li

lia accesskey=1 href=search.htmlSearch

Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

  h2People:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=2 href=people_citizens.htmlCitizens/a/li

lia accesskey=3 href=people_families.htmlFamilies/a/li

lia accesskey=4 href=people_state_employees.htmlState
Employees/a/li

lia accesskey=5 href=people_students.htmlStudents/a/li

  /ul

  h2Information:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=6

href=info_government.htmlGovernment/a/li

lia accesskey=7 href=info_online_services.htmlOnline
Services/a/li

lia accesskey=8 href=info_business.htmlBusiness/a/li

lia accesskey=9

href=info_employment.htmlEmployment/a/li

lia accesskey=A href=info_education.htmlEducation/a/li

lia accesskey=B href=info_tourism_travel.htmlTourism and
Travel/a/li

  /ul

h2About Virginia:/h2

  ul

lia accesskey=C href=about_va_facts_history.htmlFacts and
History/a/li

lia accesskey=D href=about_va_mapping_virginia.htmlMapping
Virginia/a/li

  /ul

/div

div id=m-footer

  ul

lia href=index.htmlmobile.virginia.gov/a/li

lia href=http://www.virginia.gov;Virginia.gov Home/a/li

lia


href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/web_policy.

htmlSite Policies/a/li

lia


href=http://www.virginia.gov/cmsportal3/about_virginia.gov_4096/contact_us.

htmlContact Virginia.gov/a/li

  /ul

/div

  /body

/html

 


To test the page I used http://ready.mobi/launch.jsp?locale=en_EN and the
error says:

 


Incorrect