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The only error in the area where I have the problem is "element "iframe" undefined".
What does that mean?.
What should I add in order to define the iframe?..
Okay your page should be in XHTML. You have some break returns <br>'s that should be <br />. Its likely telling you that you have an iframe inside of something it shouldn't be in...
There's no 'should' about using XHTML. There's insufficient benefit to using XHTML markup scheme at this point in time to make it a 'should' thing..
Or did you actually meant to write 'XHTML Transitional'?.
Kinda right. The iframe shouldn't be inside that page, given that it's using a Strict DTD..
Eti, if you wish to use iframes, aim at HTML/XHTML Transitional.
Given that you appear to be aiming at an XHTML markup scheme, you're best off going with the XHTML Transitional DTD...
I'm sorry guys, you've lost me completely..
I don't have a clue what all this XHTML and transitional and whatnot means. I don't think I can even choose what version of HTML I use, I "aim" at nothing, really..
I just think that Flickr.com somehow claims that iframe I use - if you click on one of the pictures you are taken to a Flickr page and that seems to block the iframe from going back to what it originally contained. I was hoping for a workaround. I am currently trying out to make a copy of the dropdown menu script because that seems to work better.
I really don't think my problem is related to all those different XHTML versions. when I try out just the links and the iframe bit of my blog in the w3schools try-it-yourself-editor I encounter the same error: the iframe can always be reset to what it contained originally unless a flickr GoDaddy site is loaded in there...
Now i'm going to try and replace the dropdown menu with buttons.....