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  • Re: Sound files by "Keith D Sellars" <Keith(at)webgraffix.com>
    ShowControls value True param name ShowStatusBar value False param name ShowDisplay value False param name AutoRewind value True object And for more information on the object element and its attributes you may like to go through the following tutorial http tutorials beginners co uk read id 315 HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of PC Bug Fixer Sent Monday November 29 2004 4 42 AM To hwg basics at hwg org Subject RE I GIVE UP Re test OK seems that the list is starting to work again and the posting I made to the list is on the list the same day AU EST In some way a list such as this may be a good community type involvement on an International level and you get to talk and respond to thing that otherwise you might not For those that do not want to be involved where they get everything from a community type e mail list such as this there is of course the Forum that GIO started which has it s merits in that you only get involved when you log in and only reply to things that are of specific interest to you So after all this I still do not have an answer to my Sound code problem on my main page and would like some help The error is with any of the 2 codes I have embedded which the W3C validation service keeps knocking back with the following 11 3 on line 20 for 1st code and 8 on line 444 for the second code which is the code as per instructions for their type error messages START OF ERROR REPORT This page is not Valid HTML 4 01 Transitional Below are the results of attempting to parse this document with an SGML parser Line 20 column 15 there is no attribute SRC BGSOUND src webwav WelcomeMessage wav loop 1 You have used the attribute named above in your document but the document type you are using does not support that attribute for this element This error is often caused by incorrect use of the Strict document type with a document that uses frames e g you must use the Transitional document type to get the target attribute or by using vendor proprietary extensions such as marginheight this is usually fixed by using CSS to achieve the desired effect instead This error may also result if the element itself is not supported in the document type you are using as an undefined element will have no supported attributes in this case see the element undefined error message for further information How to fix check the spelling and case of the element and attribute Remember XHTML is all lower case and or check that they are both allowed in the chosen document type and or use CSS instead of this attribute Line 20 column 48 there is no attribute LOOP

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  • RE: Sound files by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    Keith D Sellars WebGraffix Ph 229 243 7088 www webgraffix com Making the Internet Easy Original Message From Sophia Kapterian E mail digitek at cytanet com cy To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Monday November 29 2004 1 45 AM Subject Sound files Hi Roger As far as I know the bgsound was never part of the specification So try the following valid code to see if it works object classid CLSID 22d6f312 b0f6 11d0 94ab 0080c74c7e95 id mediaplayer1 height 40 width 120 param name Filename value webwav WelcomeMessage wav param name AutoStart value False param name ShowControls value True param name ShowStatusBar value False param name ShowDisplay value False param name AutoRewind value True object And for more information on the object element and its attributes you may like to go through the following tutorial http tutorials beginn ers co ukreadid315 HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of PC Bug Fixer Sent Monday November 29 2004 4 42 AM To hwg basics at hwg org Subject RE I GIVE UP Re test OK seems that the list is starting to work again and the posting I made to the list is on the list the same day AU EST In some way a list such as this may be a good community type involvement on an International level and you get to talk and respond to thing that otherwise you might not For those that do not want to be involved where they get everything from a community type e mail list such as this there is of course the Forum that GIO started which has it s merits in that you only get involved when you log in and only reply to things that are of specific interest to you So after all this I still do not have an answer to my Sound code problem on my main page and would like some help The error is with any of the 2 codes I have embedded which the W3C validation service keeps knocking back with the following 11 3 on line 20 for 1st code and 8 on line 444 for the second code which is the code as per instructions for their type error messages START OF ERROR REPORT This page is not Valid HTML 4 01 Transitional Below are the results of attempting to parse this document with an SGML parser Line 20 column 15 there is no attribute SRC BGSOUND src webwav WelcomeMessage wav loop 1 You have used the attribute named above in your document but the document type you are using does not support that attribute for this element This error is often caused by incorrect use of the Strict document type with a document that uses frames e g you must use the Transitional document type to get the target attribute or by using vendor proprietary extensions such as marginheight this is usually fixed by using

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  • Black Hole and RE: Sound files by "PC-Bug Fixer" <help(at)pcbugfixer.com>
    target the clsid part of the tag instructs the user s computer to use Windows Media Player The tag only works in Internet Explorer UNLESS a plugin is specified there IS one for Mozilla that will allow this to work The more correct standards compliant way to do this is object type audio x mpeg data soundfilename mp3 object although I m not sure if Internet Explorer will support it properly yet In the above code snippet type specifies the MIME type and is usually one of the following au almost all browsers will play this type of file MIME type audio basic wav MIME type audio wav OR audio x wav ra Real Audio MIME type x pn realaudio mid MIDI files MIME type audio midi or audio x midi mp3 MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3 MIME type audio mpeg or audio x mpeg In the above explanation use of the x prefix before the audio type is used when the MIME type is registered with the Standards organizations like the W3C Embedding sound is in my opinion one of the most unclear issues involved in designing a web page if you want to do so in a way that is compliant AND that works at the same time Sincerely Keith D Sellars WebGraffix Ph 229 243 7088 www webgraffix com Making the Internet Easy Original Message From Sophia Kapterian E mail digitek at cytanet com cy To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Monday November 29 2004 1 45 AM Subject Sound files Hi Roger As far as I know the bgsound was never part of the specification So try the following valid code to see if it works object classid CLSID 22d6f312 b0f6 11d0 94ab 0080c74c7e95 id mediaplayer1 height 40 width 120 param name Filename value webwav WelcomeMessage wav param name AutoStart value False param name ShowControls value True param name ShowStatusBar value False param name ShowDisplay value False param name AutoRewind value True object And for more information on the object element and its attributes you may like to go through the following tutorial http tutorials beginn ers co ukreadid315 HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of PC Bug Fixer Sent Monday November 29 2004 4 42 AM To hwg basics at hwg org Subject RE I GIVE UP Re test OK seems that the list is starting to work again and the posting I made to the list is on the list the same day AU EST In some way a list such as this may be a good community type involvement on an International level and you get to talk and respond to thing that otherwise you might not For those that do not want to be involved where they get everything from a community type e mail list such as this there is of course the Forum that GIO started which has it s merits in that you only

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  • RE: Black Hole and RE: Sound files by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of Keith D Sellars Sent Monday November 29 2004 3 34 PM To hwg basics at hwg org Subject Re Sound files As a little bit of added information on your suggestion which was right on target the clsid part of the tag instructs the user s computer to use Windows Media Player The tag only works in Internet Explorer UNLESS a plugin is specified there IS one for Mozilla that will allow this to work The more correct standards compliant way to do this is object type audio x mpeg data soundfilename mp3 object although I m not sure if Internet Explorer will support it properly yet In the above code snippet type specifies the MIME type and is usually one of the following au almost all browsers will play this type of file MIME type audio basic wav MIME type audio wav OR audio x wav ra Real Audio MIME type x pn realaudio mid MIDI files MIME type audio midi or audio x midi mp3 MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3 MIME type audio mpeg or audio x mpeg In the above explanation use of the x prefix before the audio type is used when the MIME type is registered with the Standards organizations like the W3C Embedding sound is in my opinion one of the most unclear issues involved in designing a web page if you want to do so in a way that is compliant AND that works at the same time Sincerely Keith D Sellars WebGraffix Ph 229 243 7088 www webgraffix com Making the Internet Easy Original Message From Sophia Kapterian E mail digitek at cytanet com cy To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Monday November 29 2004 1 45 AM Subject Sound files Hi Roger As far as I know the bgsound was never part of the specification So try the following valid code to see if it works object classid CLSID 22d6f312 b0f6 11d0 94ab 0080c74c7e95 id mediaplayer1 height 40 width 120 param name Filename value webwav WelcomeMessage wav param name AutoStart value False param name ShowControls value True param name ShowStatusBar value False param name ShowDisplay value False param name AutoRewind value True object And for more information on the object element and its attributes you may like to go through the following tutorial http tutorials beginn ers co ukreadid315 HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of PC Bug Fixer Sent Monday November 29 2004 4 42 AM To hwg basics at hwg org Subject RE I GIVE UP Re test OK seems that the list is starting to work again and the posting I made to the list is on the list the same day AU EST In some way a list such as this may be a good community type involvement on an International level

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  • Re: Form Problem by "Keith D Sellars" <Keith(at)webgraffix.com>
    Sounds to me like you may have had an update in the perl version on your server You may want to look into that The other option is that the newer versions of IE don t pass some required variable I see the same error message that you mention even with my Firewall turned off so it s not related to a firewall blocking information at least I don t think so You may want to consider using an alternative means for the form s programming Do you have php available on your web server if it s UNIX you probably do If so the form is much easier to manipulate and everything the programming and page itself can all be contained in one file Sincerely Keith D Sellars WebGraffix Ph 229 243 7088 www webgraffix com Making the Internet Easy Original Message From David Burlingame drbexe at tampabay rr com To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Friday December 03 2004 7 29 PM Subject Form Problem Hi guys gals oh and you too Gio I ve had a form on our company website for several years now It s at http www tamparubber com order htm I have a customer that s used this form before with no problem Today he called and said when he clicked the Submit button he saw this on his Internet Explorer screen FormMail Copyright 1995 1997 Matt Wright A free product of Matt s Script Archive Inc The form is supposed to redirect people to a Thank You page This form came through to our company completely blank it said Below is the result of your feedback form It was submitted by on Friday December 3 2004 at 10 58 18 Several other companies used the form after this customer and they

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  • Website by Cliff Smith <webmaster(at)electroservice.com>
    Dec 2004 22 03 26 0500 To hwg basics at hwg org todo View Thread Original Can anyone connect to the HWG website I seem to be unable to so Cliff Smith VP Operations Heartland Electronic Services Office 513 829

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  • left aligned by "Diane Bourke" <DIANEBOURKE(at)peoplepc.com>
    Wed 8 Dec 2004 05 50 18 0700 To HTML Guild hwg basics at hwg org todo View Thread Original http www tein net diane joni classiccar html What I am having trouble with and can t seem to do is to have the text on the paragraph starting with motorcycles and classic cars to be both left aligned and centered on the page I validate for both css and

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  • still looks left on my computer. by "Diane Bourke" <DIANEBOURKE(at)peoplepc.com>
    To HTML Guild hwg basics at hwg org todo View Thread Original I guess I am even more confused On firefox that paragraph was way over to the left on my computer It is ok on ie This page does it too even worse but I haven t had time to work on it yet either http www tein net diane joni western html http www tein net diane joni

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