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epubcheck challenges ordered and unordered list tags in epub

Posted on 2012-03-19
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People who create ePub ebooks learn quickly (a) the necessity and (b) the frustration of dealing with the obscure messages created by epubcheck. EpubCheck 3.0 beta 4 is a slight improvement over the old 1.2.

Current issue: HTML 1.1 certainly allows ordered list <OL> and unordered list <UL> tags. EpubCheck objects: ERROR: filename].xhtml(location in file): element "ul" not allowed here; expected the element end-tag, text or element "a", "abbr", ... etc. = for a long list of accepted tags.

What should be changed in the attached file to pass epubcheck? [The real subscript is .xhtml rather than .xml.]joura-48.xml
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Solution provided by a friend... simply delete the <p> and </p> tags surrounding the ordered or unordered list.
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No points please. Solution was provided by a person not using Experts-Exchange.
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