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Micole Noddle5,797 Points
W3C validation doesn't recognize Google fonts anymore?
Went to check the HTML and received an error re:Google fonts. Researched it more and found out that the validator no longer supports Google fonts. Two questions/comments:
1)Will the performance of the website still be OK (the fonts load just fine in the workspace)?
2)Also, if this is the case, it would be nice for the video/coursework to be updated to either warn us this is coming and/or tell us how to make any changes we need to make.
Hi Micole, there is a somewhat complex answer to character encoding within previous versions of HTML, and what should be encoded in the new specification. Below are some links that may provide a better understanding.
Character Encoding on the Web
Ariel Aronica6,646 Points
I experienced this same problem. So if you change the " | "s in the code to %7C with no space around it, it should work. For some reason it does not read it otherwise.
Ian Hattendorf7,715 Points
The URL needs to be correctly encoded, the pipe character
| must be replaced with its URL encoded value
%7C. From the error you gave, your URL would be