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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