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I am using the local invocation code with phpAdsNew. However, I would like to make the code that it outputs XHTML compliant. Does anyone know where I could edit this in the code? Thanks!

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I hate to bump threads, but it has been nearly a month and I can't seem to find any solutions anywhere. I have tried doing a google search for "xhtml phpadsnew" and for "phpadsnew xhtml" and both times the #1 result is this thread!

I would hate to have to use the JavaScript invocation code just so that I could make DaniWeb XHTML compliant. I would much rather use the local PHP code. Hmm, anyone? Please? :(

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By chance did you see this posted over at http://forum.phpadsnew.com/index.php?showtopic=5953&hl=xhtml

The last post in this thread has files to download:
http://forum.phpadsnew.com/index.php?act=S...f=11&t=5284&st=

See this thread also for more discussion:
http://forum.phpadsnew.com/index.php?showt...t=0&#entry11982

You will have to deal with the Flash issue.
See this article for ideas:
http://www.alistapart.com/articles/flashsatay/

You will also have to deal with the "target" attribute which is not valid XHTML.

I won't be able to follow this yet, but if this help and you are able to do it, could you pls post that you have and what you did.

Hope this helps
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From what I see, that's exactly what I've been after. I haven't yet tried the code that was posted though. :) I'll let you guys know how it goes.

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good... I hope that helps. Please post your final, as I would like to make mine XHTML compliant

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Unfortunately I have not yet had a chance to work on this. I will post an update as soon as I can.

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