Line 216, Column 113: Attribute width not allowed on element script at this point.
<script width="100" type="IN/Share" data-url="<?php echo $a['permalink'];?>" data-width="<?php echo $a['width'];?>" data-counter="right"></script> Attributes for element script: Global attributes src type charset async defer crossorigin File: ./wp-content/themes/dms/sections/sharebar/section.php
Anyway this can be fixed on next release. I have removed this attribute as a temp fix?
Can you point me to any statement that verifies that page lines is W3C compliant?
Submitting page lines built site to a state agency and this would help.
Hey guys, I'm having a major problem with the Framework and a theme I created for it. I duplicated the theme from http://madeintheshadesa.com and loaded it to http://blindsorfloors.com, and it's been throwing all kinds of errors.
I checked the validation on both, and ended up with 662 errors on the blindsorfloors.com site:
But the madeintheshadesa.com site has a few errors, but nowhere near as many.
As a result, the page will start to load and then end up with all of the CSS being cleared — settling down with text on a white screen. Or, it'll just show skewed layouts.
Customer is in Canada. I have several more of these to do — so I'm at a loss until I get this figured out.
Yes, I deactivated all plugins. Same problem.