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As mentioned in the HTML 4 Recommendation's note about specifying non-HTML data in element content, end tags are recognized within SCRIPT elements, but other kinds of markup--such as start tags and comments--are not.

In this example, many browsers correctly convert ©=3 to ©=3, which may cause the link to fail.

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And one old browser even finds the entity §, converting §ion=2 to §ion=2.

To avoid problems with both validators and browsers, always use & in place of & when writing If you receive the error "Missing a required sub-element of HEAD", check that you have included the TITLE element in the HEAD.

The maximum value for this length varies for each character datatype, such as CHAR or VARCHAR2.

Cause: Special characters are valid only in certain places.

For example, the following statement generates this message: Cause: No size was specified for a character field or the size was invalid.

A maximum length must be specified for each character column.

This is an unintuitive quirk of for elements defined to have CDATA content.

Authors should avoid using strings such as "" in their embedded scripts.

If special characters other than $, _, and # are used in a name and the name is not enclosed in double quotation marks ("), this message will be issued.