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Correcting a Validation Error with Simple Steps


One of the most powerful tools that have been created in the past few decades, and one that has truly had a profound effect on business and culture is HTML. Although this can be an affective and powerful way to get your message and services across to the masses, when working with HTML there are a few basic mistakes in scripting the code that can cause what is referred to as a Validation Error. These are common errors that can be corrected by watching for a few oversights, and correcting these can be as simple as following a few basic steps.


What Causes a Validation Error?

When putting a web page together a Validation Error can come from a variety of oversights or mistakes, including such common mistakes as writing HTML in a script element or simply using an ampersand in a URL. To fix this pesky problem there are a few troubleshooting items you can look for.


How to Fix a Validation Error

Fixing the problem is a basic process of systematically going through the information you have created a ruling out possible problems that may have occurred. In order to fix a validation error you will need to look at the HTML code you are writings carefully, examining for a few basic common mistakes.


Solution 1: Troubleshooting a Validation Error in HTML


  1. In order to begin the process of correcting the validation error you will need to first log on to your computer and then open your preferred HTML editor
  2. Next you will need to open the HTML page that you are working with
  3. If you are addressing non HTML information in element content then it is important to note that not all comments and smart tags are recognized within script elements. Look for any strings with embedded script utilizing items such as </P>. If you are using JavaScript then the writer can use a backslash to keep this from being cut up as markup.


Solution 2: Troubleshooting Ampersands


  1. In furthering the exploration of troubleshooting the validation error then it is important to note that If this does not correct the problem then look for URL links that have addresses that also include ampersands (&) in them.
  2. A Browser may experience serious problems if this error occurs, and to avoid issues regarding both browsers and validators you should employ the technique of adding amp instead of the single ampersand. For example &amp instead of the single &.


Thank you and I hope that this information was helpful in addressing your validation error. Please let me know if you need further assistance, and I hope that this has helped to correct the problem. Good luck.

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