A cancer drug target is only truly validated by demonstrating that a given therapeutic agent is clinically effective and acts through the target against which it was designed.
Nevertheless, it is desirable to declare an early-stage drug target as ‘validated’ before investing in a full-scale drug discovery programme dedicated to it.
I didn't have Nsgmls messages enabled in Options/Validator Engine Options.... The three files are available online in my domain in sub directory /ATG/Calendar/ - I don't mean to be cryptic.
And now that I run my file code through CSE it also finds many errors, mostly due to missing semicolons. It is a work in progress and I am trying to avoid spiders creating links.
picked up this technique by studying the following maps tutorial web site: WHAT???!
John was that before or after I added your suggestion? I'm using the Bata 9.9922 The 2 files do the same thing, different map locations.
If doing a validation using only CSE's validation engine and it passes with no errors/warnings, and then using only nsgmls passes as well, then doing a combined validation that uses CSE's own engine and nsgmls should pass as well. Validation resuls are: [Java Script] 1 message was not shown because it was for another document.
Technically, for nsgmls, you may need to change " does not run nsgmls because it's a Java Script file, but when you put the script in an HTML document, then nsgmls is run (if the option to enable/use nsgmls is set) and nsgmls generates the warning.
Technically, for nsgmls, you may need to change "" Apparently the API doesn't see the char string as the end tag.
I do like your idea of separating the sheep from the goats, sort of.
Lou it was both before and after, and it still validates fine for me.