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Old 11-13-2009, 08:07 AM   #2
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Could it be something in your CSS?

<br /> is allowed in ePubs.

To prove it, here's a tiny ePub that has a <br /> in it, and passes epubcheck 1.04


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Originally Posted by georg3200 View Post
When I check a epub with epubcheck (1.0.3 or 1.04) I always get an error:

"attribute "clear" not allowed at this point: ignored"

I tried the br tag in different versions <br/> or <br /> or <br></br>
I always get the error with the attribute clear. None of my br-tags contains an attribute clear or any other attribute.

It seems that the epub itself works without any problems in ADE, on a Sony PRS 505 and a Bookeen Opus. The br-tag works fine.
But our customers use ebupcheck to control the books we deliver. They only accept error-free books.

Usually I replace the br-tag with a new paragraph, but sometimes thats a lot of work with the stylesheet

Does anyone know, what I can do or what the problem is?
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