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I received the same error from the HTML validator in the two examples below. How do I correct for it. Should I start with a new body tag for each of the tags causing the errors?

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wickham26


<center><table>

^Error: element "CENTER" not allowed here; possible cause is an inline element containing a block-level element


<blockquote>Tibby's breed is that of a hunter of sponges.

^Error: element "BLOCKQUOTE" not allowed here; possible cause is an inline element containing a block-level element
 

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thank you for you quick reply

According to the top of my web page its HTML 4.0

http://www.w3schools.com/site/html.htm W3C is the validator that I used



More code for <center>
<td >
<img src="013_10_0005.jpg" width="200" height="250 alt="Tibby" align="left">
</td>

<td><font face="Comic Sans MS, Arial Narrow"><font color="#993300">
<center><table>
<table border="4" ALIGN="LEFT" bordercolor="#6633ff" background="022_19_0001.jpg" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" height="450" width="350">
<caption><a name="Table">Tibby Table</a></caption>

<td align=center colspan=2 rowspan=2>Tibby<br> wibbers</td>
<td align=center rowspan=2>Tibby<br> baby</td> <br>




More code for <blockquote>
<tr><td ALIGN="CENTER" height="350" WIDTH="350">
<font face="Comic Sans MS, Arial Narrow"><font color="#FF3366">
<a name="Monster">
<dt><b>TIBBERMONSTER</b></dt><dd>A great huntress to be feard.</dd></a>
</font></font>
<font face="Comic Sans MS, Arial Narrow"><font color="#FF3366">
<blockquote>Tibby's breed is that of a hunter of sponges. Any sponge brought into to the house has a limited lifetime. It is bound to die a terrible death. I therefore have mercy on them and buy papertowels.
</blockquote></font></font>
</td>


I wrote this code in the geocities site.

I really appreciate all your help.

Thanks,

wickham26
 
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