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Post by Rauty~ on May 9th 2012, 5:47 am

I'm trying to make a new HTML page on my forum ( http://somethingcatchy.forumotion.com ), but for some reason, whenever I press "submit" I get an error that says "Pages_html". And nothing more. I have 2 other pages that work just fine, and am using the exact same code as those two. Any suggestions?

This is the code I'm using --->
Code:
<html>
<head>
<title>Official Guidebook - Site Dynamics</title>

<style type="text/css">
<!--

body { background-color:#e1d4c1; color:#090806; font-family: Verdana, sans-serif;}

#sitetitle { border:0px solid #000000; padding:15px; text-align:left; background-color:#e1d4c1; font-size:18px; }

#emptyrow { height:15px; }

#content {border:1px solid #000000;  padding:15px; background-color:#f2f5ec; font-size:11px; }

#emptycolumn { width:15px; }




A:link {
text-decoration : underline;
color : #a39d91;
}
A:visited {
text-decoration : none;
color : #a39d91;
}
A:hover {
color : #becacb;
cursor : crosshair;
}
h1 {
color : #000000;
}
h1 {
font-size : 14px;
}
h1 {
background color : #b6a89b;
}



p {
text-indent : 20px;
}

p {
text-align : justify;
}

p {
font-family : sans serif;
}

-->
</style>



</head>
<body>






<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" align="center" width="80%">
<tr>
<td colspan="3" id="sitetitle"><align-left><img src="http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii610/Rautayrtti/___l_o_n_e_l_y_____by_aoao2.jpg"></td>

<td id="emptycolumn"></td>
<td id="content" valign="top">

<center>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
</center>

<br /><br />

<center><table border="0" bordercolor="#090806" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="255" background-color: "#e1d4c1;">
<tr><td width="255" height="0" colspan="0"></td></tr>
<tr><td width="0" height="0"></td><td width="0" height="0"><div style="width: 315; height: 345; overflow: auto; font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11px; color: #090806; scrollbar-arrow-color:#090806; scrollbar-track-color:transparent; scrollbar-face-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-highlight-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-3dlight-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-darkshadow-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-shadow-color:#e1d4c1;><br><div style="padding: 3px;">

<center><h1>Website Dynamics</h1></center><br /><br />

<p>Aside from the information you have already read, there is still a lot more one needs to know about Something Catchy before joining. Below you will find information that has to do with your activity and some things about the roleplay, should you choose to join and be a roleplayer.</p>

<p><b>Activity Check Policy.</b> Because Something Catchy revolves around a smaller member base than some websites, we depend on the activity of our members to keep the website alive. Being considered active means you either post often (A couple times a week, at least.) or are on the chatbox often. By posting, the site automatically earns you activity points, and those activity points determine how many pawpoints you get at the start of every month.</p>

<p><b>PawPoints.</b> PawPoints are the currency used here at Something Catchy. Awarded to members monthly depending on how many activity points they have, these PawPoints can be used to buy things in our shop. These things can be anywhere from character perks to a smiley of your choice added to the website.</p>

<p><b>The Absolute Do-Nots of Roleplay.</b> As with all games, there are things a person should never do or else all the fun gets sucked out of it for all participants. A great roleplayer can utilize any storyline and still have a good time without going beyond the basic rules that have been set. The explanations listed below are the absolute worst thing any roleplayer can either intentionally or unintentionally bring into any roleplay.</p>

<p><b>Powerplaying.</b> Powerplaying is a roleplay term used to describe a situation where one person controls the actions of another person's character without permission. If your character is trying to do something to another character, any and all actions performed against a character that does not belong to you is always an attempt, even if they are innocent and playful. For example, if your character pushes another character down a hill, you cannot describe the other person's character rolling down that said hill.
You would setup the situation as this: Aren stepped closer to his companion and gave a devious grin, suddenly launching himself forward in a motion that would send Matthew rolling down the hill behind him if the boy could meet his mark.

It is now the owner of Matthew's turn to describe whether or not Aren missed or successfully pushed him down the hill. Powerplaying can be abused in any kind of situation and is most often seen in battle by causing harm to another person's character without asking permission. Attacks, just like Aren trying to push Matthew down the hill, are always attempts.
</p>

<p><b>Godmoding.</b> Godmoding is most often used to describe a very powerful character. The definition is broad but basically is seen as someone who describes their character as unbeatable, powerful or being incredibly strong. In a roleplay situation, godmoding is when you roleplay a character who is ignoring the limitations of reality or a character that isn't often hurt, slowed down or effected by injuries or attacks that other people throw at them. While we're not telling you to hack off your character's limb, it is expected that your character should at least bleed and succumb to their injuries in a battle situation.

Godmoding can also be seen as powerplaying in certain situations. When a character in an impossible scenario suddenly defeats all enemies. Having limitless powers, ignoring flaws and realities or instantly healing is godmoding. It's when you portray your character as an all-powerful, unbeatable, super strong, or unstoppable character.
</p>

<p><b>Roleplay Specifics.</b> Here in Something Catchy's roleplay, you can play any animal you could possibly imagine. There are two "clans" in which your character could be a part of, should you choose to join one. Both clans are for animals of all sorts, so it doesn't matter which one you are in with a certain animal. One clan lives in the ripped apart city of Berlin, Germany, where aside from unstable buildings and lack of food, there are no dangers. The animals in this clan are strong and use primitive tactics to survive. However, the second clan lives in London, where the gas from chemical terrorist attacks have just started to dissipate. The animals in this clan are strong through adaptation and mutation alone, but are still a formidable match in battle.
</p>

<p>The two clans are, in fact, enemies, so possible skirmishes or battles are always on the horizon. Within these clans, members can create their own little group of animals. The group will still be a part of the clan, but otherwise govern themselves. Members can also start their own mini-clans outside of a main clan if they wish.
</p>


<p><center> 2011-2012 Something Catchy.</center></p>


<br /></div></div></td></tr></table></center><br />




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</td>
</tr>
</table>


Last edited by Rauty~ on May 9th 2012, 2:38 pm; edited 1 time in total

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Solved Re: HTML Page Issues

Post by DarkDemon on May 9th 2012, 8:18 am

I'm not a master but it looks like in your Code you are missing a </html> at the very end of your code.

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Solved Re: HTML Page Issues

Post by nutsonlizards on May 9th 2012, 10:06 am

it because you using the WORD "buy" Forumotion will not let you use that word so just change it to purchase and it will be ok Smile

Code:
<html>
<head>
<title>Official Guidebook - Site Dynamics</title>

<style type="text/css">
<!--

body { background-color:#e1d4c1; color:#090806; font-family: Verdana, sans-serif;}

#sitetitle { border:0px solid #000000; padding:15px; text-align:left; background-color:#e1d4c1; font-size:18px; }

#emptyrow { height:15px; }

#content {border:1px solid #000000;  padding:15px; background-color:#f2f5ec; font-size:11px; }

#emptycolumn { width:15px; }




A:link {
text-decoration : underline;
color : #a39d91;
}
A:visited {
text-decoration : none;
color : #a39d91;
}
A:hover {
color : #becacb;
cursor : crosshair;
}
h1 {
color : #000000;
}
h1 {
font-size : 14px;
}
h1 {
background color : #b6a89b;
}



p {
text-indent : 20px;
}

p {
text-align : justify;
}

p {
font-family : sans serif;
}

-->
</style>



</head>
<body>






<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" align="center" width="80%">
<tr>
<td colspan="3" id="sitetitle"><align-left><img src="http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/ii610/Rautayrtti/___l_o_n_e_l_y_____by_aoao2.jpg"></td>

<td id="emptycolumn"></td>
<td id="content" valign="top">

<center>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
<a href="LINK URL HERE">This is a Link</a>
</center>

<br /><br />

<center><table border="0" bordercolor="#090806" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="255" background-color: "#e1d4c1;">
<tr><td width="255" height="0" colspan="0"></td></tr>
<tr><td width="0" height="0"></td><td width="0" height="0"><div style="width: 315; height: 345; overflow: auto; font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11px; color: #090806; scrollbar-arrow-color:#090806; scrollbar-track-color:transparent; scrollbar-face-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-highlight-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-3dlight-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-darkshadow-color:#e1d4c1; scrollbar-shadow-color:#e1d4c1;><br><div style="padding: 3px;">

<center><h1>Website Dynamics</h1></center><br /><br />

<p>Aside from the information you have already read, there is still a lot more one needs to know about Something Catchy before joining. Below you will find information that has to do with your activity and some things about the roleplay, should you choose to join and be a roleplayer.</p>

<p><b>Activity Check Policy.</b> Because Something Catchy revolves around a smaller member base than some websites, we depend on the activity of our members to keep the website alive. Being considered active means you either post often (A couple times a week, at least.) or are on the chatbox often. By posting, the site automatically earns you activity points, and those activity points determine how many pawpoints you get at the start of every month.</p>

<p><b>PawPoints.</b> PawPoints are the currency used here at Something Catchy. Awarded to members monthly depending on how many activity points they have, these PawPoints can be used to purchase things in our shop. These things can be anywhere from character perks to a smiley of your choice added to the website.</p>

<p><b>The Absolute Do-Nots of Roleplay.</b> As with all games, there are things a person should never do or else all the fun gets sucked out of it for all participants. A great roleplayer can utilize any storyline and still have a good time without going beyond the basic rules that have been set. The explanations listed below are the absolute worst thing any roleplayer can either intentionally or unintentionally bring into any roleplay.</p>

<p><b>Powerplaying.</b> Powerplaying is a roleplay term used to describe a situation where one person controls the actions of another person's character without permission. If your character is trying to do something to another character, any and all actions performed against a character that does not belong to you is always an attempt, even if they are innocent and playful. For example, if your character pushes another character down a hill, you cannot describe the other person's character rolling down that said hill.
You would setup the situation as this: Aren stepped closer to his companion and gave a devious grin, suddenly launching himself forward in a motion that would send Matthew rolling down the hill behind him if the boy could meet his mark.

It is now the owner of Matthew's turn to describe whether or not Aren missed or successfully pushed him down the hill. Powerplaying can be abused in any kind of situation and is most often seen in battle by causing harm to another person's character without asking permission. Attacks, just like Aren trying to push Matthew down the hill, are always attempts.
</p>

<p><b>Godmoding.</b> Godmoding is most often used to describe a very powerful character. The definition is broad but basically is seen as someone who describes their character as unbeatable, powerful or being incredibly strong. In a roleplay situation, godmoding is when you roleplay a character who is ignoring the limitations of reality or a character that isn't often hurt, slowed down or effected by injuries or attacks that other people throw at them. While we're not telling you to hack off your character's limb, it is expected that your character should at least bleed and succumb to their injuries in a battle situation.

Godmoding can also be seen as powerplaying in certain situations. When a character in an impossible scenario suddenly defeats all enemies. Having limitless powers, ignoring flaws and realities or instantly healing is godmoding. It's when you portray your character as an all-powerful, unbeatable, super strong, or unstoppable character.
</p>

<p><b>Roleplay Specifics.</b> Here in Something Catchy's roleplay, you can play any animal you could possibly imagine. There are two "clans" in which your character could be a part of, should you choose to join one. Both clans are for animals of all sorts, so it doesn't matter which one you are in with a certain animal. One clan lives in the ripped apart city of Berlin, Germany, where aside from unstable buildings and lack of food, there are no dangers. The animals in this clan are strong and use primitive tactics to survive. However, the second clan lives in London, where the gas from chemical terrorist attacks have just started to dissipate. The animals in this clan are strong through adaptation and mutation alone, but are still a formidable match in battle.
</p>

<p>The two clans are, in fact, enemies, so possible skirmishes or battles are always on the horizon. Within these clans, members can create their own little group of animals. The group will still be a part of the clan, but otherwise govern themselves. Members can also start their own mini-clans outside of a main clan if they wish.
</p>


<p><center> 2011-2012 Something Catchy.</center></p>


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Solved Re: HTML Page Issues

Post by kirk on May 9th 2012, 1:02 pm

@nutsonlizards wrote:it because you using the WORD "buy" Forumotion will not let you use that word so just change it to purchase and it will be ok Smile

I thought this was fixed like 2 years ago?, I will have to run it past leeloo.
I think if forumotion is going to keep this like this they should have it posted somewhere in the acp of the html pages section so people know.. a average person would never know this and probably spend hours trying to figure out what is wrong.

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Solved Re: HTML Page Issues

Post by Rauty~ on May 9th 2012, 2:36 pm

Looks like the buy to purchase thing and </html> tag solved the problem. ^^ Thanks for the help everyone!

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Solved Re: HTML Page Issues

Post by kirk on May 9th 2012, 2:44 pm

Topic Solved & Locked

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