On 3/21/2009 2:17 PM, Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
> JeffM wrote:
>>> stan wrote:
>>>> The window looks like this:
>>>> http://www.fototime.com/96EAA4802CC856E/standard.
>>>>
>> Walter wrote:
>>> I get this kind of thing quite often.
>>> Here's hoping the next version of SM will correct this.
>>>
>> There is nothing to "correct"
>> As has been said numerous times in this thread.
>> THE FAULT IS **NOT** IN THE BROWSER.
>>
>> The problem is that **the page** is GARBAGE.
>> To recap:
>> http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.support.seamonkey/msg/941f030efad67d97?q=*-*-*-idea-*-*-*-*-*-*+zz+Validator+misspelled+138+poorly-*+Validated+qq-qq+*-*-wrong-*+zz-zz+qq-qq+moron+GUESSES+zz+GUESS
> 
> read the thread again: the problem is with SM 1.1.x and 
> FF 2.x, but not with SM 2 or FF 3. SM 1.1.x and FF 2 
> are with the same coding, while SM 2 and FF 3 are the 
> same.
> 

With 138 XHTML errors and 274 CSS errors on the page in question, how
can you be sure that the problem is in Gecko 1.8 (used by SM 1.1.x and
FF 2.x)?  It's also possible that Gecko 1.9 (used by FF 3 and SM 2)
merely "guesses" the Web author's intent differently when errors are
found.

Note that the page is quite readable with SeaMonkey 1.1.15 if I disable
CSS.  Thus, those 274 CSS errors must indeed contribute to the problem.

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