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Prasad Sonawane
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Hi all.
I am stuck with an issue. I have an application developed using struts 1.1.
All of my JSP's are struts specific only (Standard JSP using struts 1.1 generated through MyEclipse). I want to make them w3 compliant and to make them accessible through browsers like Mozilla, Firefox, Chrome etc. I have also checked my pages at http://validator.w3.org/check.

After checking, it is not able to identify the tags like <html:html> (it shows me lot of errors). Though my application runs fine using IE (6 and above), pages are not viewed properly (also problem while accessing javascript) in other browser like Mozilla Firefox(3.0.5), Chrome 1.0.

Is there any sort of DTD problem or any other issue ?? Please suggest if you have some solution.
I am sorry if i am posting at a wrong forum..

 
Bear Bibeault
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You don't check the JSP source, you check the rendered HTML after JSP processing.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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