Amperstand not validating javascript w3c

While making this webpage I kept checking the validators (for css and markup) and it all came up fine.

I read the sticky on validators and since I have no frames or anything my best bet was to use the (x)html transitional one: Code: Now as i stated before everything was coming up validated until I added a javascript code from

Another reason why so many large sites have invalid markup: they usually have some sort of content management system (CMS) for publishing.

And those are often written by developers who are skilled in programming, but usually, unfortunately, completely clueless about web standards and accessibility. t=663506&charset=(detect automatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0 Javascript can be a bit tricky.

I am having trouble validating this page and would greatly appreciate some help. I need to make sure my site is validated with XHTML but i don't think Dreamweaver is doing it right. I'm not sure whether it works in IE7 or IE8, because it won't install on my computer!

I made one page and it said it was all good but i left some span tags open. And I'm not bothered about IE6 because it's just old.

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Link to the page in question: Just view the source to see what I'm talking about.

But yes, that of course does solve the problem nicely.

I used it to create a rollover navigation bar for my site (see link at the end of this post).

2."Because this can be a bit of a hassle..." Not at all, with my url encoder.

Hi everybody, Most Html and CSS tutorials, especially the one found on Site Point, recommend having our code validated by W3C, I checked a dozen of websites, including Site Point website, none was validated. :confused: Only that most people are lazy and ignorant. Validation is an aid – one of many – to ensure good quality.

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