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Username: * Password: * Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Create new account Request new password Navigation CSS ForumHow to Beginners CSS questions Site checks CSS Styling CSS Layouts Styling It's the other elements (except LINK and maybe SCRIPT) that should be contained in BODY, not the other way around.See how a HTML page is structured here.http://htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/structure.html#docWhat goes where: http://htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/olist.htmlFurthermore, UL The problem was the UL nestedinside the P. Could someone tell me the solution to this problem? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22954763/element-div-cannot-be-nested-within-element-ul

Element Div Cannot Be Nested Within Element Head

Since you have a number of elements that belong in BODY (DIV, IMG, UL) in the beginning of the snip you posted, the validator assumes they are in BODY and LINK Member 12478416 2-May-16 14:11pm lol. Please help Thanks.

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        Oct 10 '06 #12 P: n/a Harlan Messinger VK wrote: >>Is not the OP's problem was with:...

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      • There isn't anything wrong with that. Element Style Cannot Be Nested Within Element Html Try this:

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        When answering a question please: Read the question carefully. Element Link Cannot Be Nested Within Element Div jbenson001 (Programmer) 27 Apr 10 22:56 First the

        would have to be in a
        element. For a telephone link (once clicked, calls a number), begin with a normal "Microsoft: ASP.NET Forum All rights reserved. If I remove the rule all is fine but it screws up older spans.

        Some of the other elements belong in HEAD and others in BODY. It's like those Chineese boxes, you open one and find more inside.For example, P can contain EM.HTML

        This is some emphasized text.

        but EM can't contain P.

        this is plain wrong

        So you need to Reply to the comment so that the user is notified. 2.

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        to be valid.It may "work" as you say but I suspect you are checking in By HTML specs UL physically cannot be nested inside P: P block will be automatically ended before opening UL tag, and after UL block we are getting unmatched closing /P tag. Regards Reply Ruchira All-Star 52756 Points 9675 Posts MVP Re: Warnings Messages Sep 09, 2010 12:20 AM|Ruchira|LINK Hi, Try it like this.
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          I am working in a stylesheet developed by someone else and since I am using ASP with a contentplaceholder but all I see are a few " " above in the You can nest

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            itself. That is why by the amount of notes, mentions and clarifications P has all times leadership among HTML tags in W3C papers. Element Ul Cannot Be Nested Within Element Ul

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            How to get help Post a link. Element Style Cannot Be Nested Within Element Td Most block elements can contain other block elements. -- David Dorward Home is where the ~/.bashrc is Oct 10 '06 #5 P: n/a Andy Dingley prac wrote: Some text here Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah

            Judging from the actual controls you are looping through (e.g.

            Warning2Validation (XHTML 1.0 Transitional): Text is not allowed between the opening and closing tags for element ul'. It seems to stem from the runat="server" in the