[IMC-US] coding issue
john at manifestor.org
Fri Oct 13 09:57:39 PDT 2006
it looks like it is a problem on your end, which browsers ignore, but
our feed parsing setup detects as malformed html and escapes:
if you look on the rochester site, you'll see how the <img> tag is
open, but then closed by a </a>....seems like a dada template is
messed up to me...
<img src="http://rochester.indymedia.org/usermedia/image/4/HomelandSecurity1492.jpg" alt="noColumbus" border="1" align="left"</a> This past Monday was Columbus Day. How should one reflect on Columbus and the national holiday that allows children a day off from school, the closure of some institutions, and sales galore? Was Columbus the
On Thu, Oct 12, 2006 at 07:09:23PM -0700, knight0440 at yahoo.com wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I was wondering...
> Whenever I post an article and US IMC picks it up, i
> always see this: "/a>" and it's usually right before
> the first sentence next to the photo. It bothers me.
> :( I don't see it on the Rochester IMC site and was
> wondering what I can do to clean that blemish up?
> Ted F. for Rochester IMC
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this is where my public key can be found:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 03817826
Key fingerprint = 6C11 8D70 2ADE EFA9 498D 72CB 77EA 391A 0381 7826
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