I copied the widget and placed on the Sidebar of my site. It worked BUT when validating with W3C it raised too many errors. In contrast when I placed the widget in the page, it worked flawlessly. (This behavior is common with other widgets too from ezine, bukisa etc.)
Can anyone please help me out? Thanks.
It is a very technical question. Few people, outside of staff, are qualified to answer it. I think you should bring it to their attention, let them see if they can replicate it. Include a link to this forum thread.
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