|Subject:||An error message... "Content is not allowed in prolog."|
|Posted by:||Richard R Plourde (SeaPlusPl…@hotmail.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 12 Sep 2004|
Well, the error message...
"Please, validate your XML document first!
Content is not allowed in prolog."
comes up when I try to verify my CSS...
I know, I know... this is html newsgroup... but the problem is in the html
file being saved as UTF-8 by windows notepad.
Of course, when I look at the file with a hex editor I see three bytes
before the first '<' (I expect to see the '<' as the first byte, not the
So, is this a problem or have I done something wrong.
I swear this 'character encoding', 'character repertoire', font selection
mularky is the most convoluted crock of shit I have ever seen in ALL of my