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What the recent tests were about.

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I know a lot of you recently saw I had been posting the following:




& & & &



Here's the code for the above segment:




& & &  &



I'm sure you're wondering what it was about. Well, I've added to the bottom that the pages are valid XHTML. If I find an error, I try to make them completely valid.

The above code was causing problems within the URLs and the test posts were to debunk the issue. Some PHP code was modified that allowed the pages to be rendered (displayed). The pages will now (hopefully, and without error) display as valid XHTML!

Before, the URL's were not properly going to the proper & symbol. It should have converted to & but it did not. This is now (hopefully) fully fixed!

Any problems, let me know!

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