I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..
Because a lie is told a 1000 times does not make it right, or in this case, because an attribute is omitted a 1000 times does not make it right. The standards call for use of the type attribute (the language attribute is depreciated, but can be used for now to ensure cross browser compliance)..
Thanks for the advise on using special characters...
&#145; gives this result > ..
Well, the JS type worked; however, not the single quote..
Line 54, column 50:.
... 7. "And lo a voice from Heaven, saying, .
This is My beloved ....
Error: reference to non-SGML character.
As you will notice above I have added the semi-colon and revalidated it, but still doesn't work..
Maybe this will help, because of the single quotes that already exist, this is the only way I know of to get around the problem:.
:void(0);" onmouseover="return overlib('17. "And lo a voice from Heaven, saying, .
This is My ....
"');" onmouseout="return nd();">LINK</a>.
The &#145; and &#146; are Microsoft Smart Quotes. These are.
Not valid SGML characters.
And should not be used..
Microsoft product, some sort of text editor, to change these into regular single quotes. You will see that Smart Quotes are ones that.
Depending on which side of the word they are placed. You do not need to use encoding, just a regular non-curly non-smart quote mark...