Moodle
  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-8425

some not W3C html validator compliant pages

    Details

    • Type: Task Task
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.8
    • Fix Version/s: 1.8
    • Component/s: Accessibility
    • Labels:
      None
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_18_STABLE
    • Fixed Branches:
      MOODLE_18_STABLE
    • Rank:
      34401

      Description

      I listed some some not W3C html validator compliant pages in mediatouch Moodle 18 testing site.
      Password is needed to get inside the site but you (Martin) have it and you can check them directly.

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        Martin Dougiamas added a comment -

        Can you cut and paste the text here, please?

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        Martin Dougiamas added a comment - Can you cut and paste the text here, please?
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - - edited

        Yes, of course but links are pointing mtouch installation.

        check the page <br />

        [Martin D deleted some links here to prevent this looking like spam]....

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - - edited Yes, of course but links are pointing mtouch installation. check the page <br /> [Martin D deleted some links here to prevent this looking like spam] ....
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - - edited

        I am sorry!

        [Martin D deleted some links here to prevent this looking like spam]....

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - - edited I am sorry! [Martin D deleted some links here to prevent this looking like spam] ....
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment -

        Congratulation
        As far as I know
        all is right now except

        http://www.mtouch.it/mdl18/mod/wiki/index.php?id=3
        http://www.mtouch.it/mdl18/theme/index.php

        Congratulation.
        Be carefull...
        I tested it with a two days old installation... so maybe the situation is better.
        I can't update the site with the lates release. I am not the owner.

        In any case... thank you.

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - Congratulation As far as I know all is right now except http://www.mtouch.it/mdl18/mod/wiki/index.php?id=3 http://www.mtouch.it/mdl18/theme/index.php Congratulation. Be carefull... I tested it with a two days old installation... so maybe the situation is better. I can't update the site with the lates release. I am not the owner. In any case... thank you.
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment -

        No, the pages
        moodle18/mod/wiki/index.php?id=2
        moodle18/theme/index.php
        in a just downloaded copy of moodle don't pass the w3c validation.

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - No, the pages moodle18/mod/wiki/index.php?id=2 moodle18/theme/index.php in a just downloaded copy of moodle don't pass the w3c validation.
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment -

        This bug issue was not completed.
        Still two pages are breaking strict.
        If I can ask for an account as course creator in http://test.moodle.com (or whereever you prefer on a shared web site) I can reproduce the pages breaking xhtml strict.

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - This bug issue was not completed. Still two pages are breaking strict. If I can ask for an account as course creator in http://test.moodle.com (or whereever you prefer on a shared web site) I can reproduce the pages breaking xhtml strict.
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        Yu Zhang added a comment -

        Hi Daniele,

        For the theme page to be xhtml strict you need to have the screen reader flag set under your user profile.

        The other problem is actually caused by the HTML editor putting the <p> tag at the beginning of the wiki description. If you don't use the HTML editor for the wiki description, you will not get the error. And I am not sure what we can do about the HTML editor.

        Adding Martin as a watcher.

        Cheers,

        Yu

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        Yu Zhang added a comment - Hi Daniele, For the theme page to be xhtml strict you need to have the screen reader flag set under your user profile. The other problem is actually caused by the HTML editor putting the <p> tag at the beginning of the wiki description. If you don't use the HTML editor for the wiki description, you will not get the error. And I am not sure what we can do about the HTML editor. Adding Martin as a watcher. Cheers, Yu
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        Daniele Cordella added a comment -

        > For the theme page to be xhtml strict you need to have the screen reader flag set under your user profile.

        I disagree.
        The page has to be strict without care what I set. I hope you agree with me.

        > And I am not sure what we can do about the HTML editor.
        Ok. We will postpone the solution to the day we will manage the HTML editor.

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        Daniele Cordella added a comment - > For the theme page to be xhtml strict you need to have the screen reader flag set under your user profile. I disagree. The page has to be strict without care what I set. I hope you agree with me. > And I am not sure what we can do about the HTML editor. Ok. We will postpone the solution to the day we will manage the HTML editor.

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