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Post [bugs] Beta2 Various. 

onMouse = onmouse

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    document.write('<div id="dropmenudiv" class="row1" style="visibility:hidden;width:' + menuwidth + ';" onMouseover="clearhidemenu()" onMouseout="dynamichide(event)"><\/div>');

        <a href="{FULL_SITE_PATH}{U_SEARCH}" onMouseover="dropdownmenu(this,event,menu1,'250px')" onMouseout="delayhidemenu()">{L_SEARCH}</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<img src="{FULL_SITE_PATH}{IMG_MENU_SEP}" alt="" />&nbsp;


<div's inside <td

Change <div style to <span style etc.

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                    <div style="text-align:center;">
                        <span class="generation"><b>{LOFI}</b></span>
                        <!-- BEGIN generation_time_switch -->
                        <span class="generation">{PAGE_GEN_TIME} <b>{GENERATION_TIME}s</b> (PHP: {PHP_PART}% SQL: {SQL_PART}%){MEMORY_USAGE}</span><br />
                        <span class="generation">{SQL_QUERIES}: {NUMBER_QUERIES} - {DEBUG_TEXT} - {GZIP_TEXT}</span>
                        <!-- END generation_time_switch -->

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Post Re: [bugs] Beta2 Various. 
Thanks, fixed the first but I don't see the point in changing the second.

DIV should always be used when you have multiline content, while SPAN with inline content... some validators reject SPAN with BR inside.

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Post Re: [bugs] Beta2 Various. 
I gotta' stop using "Total HTML Validator" But I also am aware that IE8 ain't going to like a lot of nested stuff.

Earlier on I used IE8 to fix some of the nests that IE7, FF and Opera still saw as valid markup.

Don't know, maybe IE8 is going to more strict than the rest of them.  

And NO! I don't want to continue this, because with the different browsers and authorities on markup etc, - I'll think I'll leave it until IE8 is officially released and it starts all over again.

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