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Thanks very much for investing your time fixing my problem.

  1. I fixed the errors and now it checks out
  2. I put the W3C Validator in my bookmarks and will use it henceforth (I know this should have been automatic for me, but I am still learning)
  3. Interestingly, the W3C Validator missed the real problem, noted in the replies above yours. Because I transposed a "]" and a "--" a comment tag was not closed. Some browsers tolerated this error; others treated all my content as a huge comment!

In reply to Re^2: Perl Website Fails on tablet by tonyb48
in thread Perl Website Fails on tablet by tonyb48

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