I'm working on a redesign of a site, and I've reached the place where I'm validating my html code (XHTML Strict). But I'm get extra, unexplained mark-up which is causing my page (http://mhnaz.org/index-template.html) not to validate. Here's an example of the viewed source followed by the validation error:
<p> <span data-scayt_word="Lorem" data-scaytid="265">Lorem</span> <span data-scayt_word="ipsum" data-scaytid="266">ipsum</span> dolor sit <span data-scayt_word="amet" data-scaytid="268">amet</span>, <span data-scayt_word="consectetur" data-scaytid="269">consectetur</span> <span data-scayt_word="adipiscing" data-scaytid="271">adipiscing</span> <span data-scayt_word="elit" data-scaytid="641">elit</span></p> Line 198, Column 24: there is no attribute "data-scayt_word" <span data-scayt_word="Lorem" data-scaytid="265">Lorem</span> <span data-scayt
Within the N-13 News Admin, my source shows this:
<p> Pellentesque tempus lectus id sapien ornare imperdiet.</p>
Yes, I would like to validate my page and would like to rid each page of the extra mark-up. But I really like what I'm seeing with N-13 News so I'm willing to give a little to keep the script.
Would someone give me some direction of how to remove it or what to do to prevent it? BTW, I did put my copy and paste into Notepad before I put it into the article.
I'm pretty sure the spellchecker plugin for the wysiwyg editor is causing this extra markup. To disable it, replace your own copy of
news/js/ckeditor/config.js with this file http://n-13news.googlecode.com/svn-history/r585/trunk/js/ckeditor/config.js
Thank you. I'll give it a try.