Patch from Daniel Fernandes <dfernandes1978@hotmail.com> fixing more Validator errors.
authorvlnb <vlnb@d57e44dd-8a1f-0410-8b47-8ef2f437770f>
Fri, 6 Nov 2009 18:32:39 +0000 (18:32 +0000)
committervlnb <vlnb@d57e44dd-8a1f-0410-8b47-8ef2f437770f>
Fri, 6 Nov 2009 18:32:39 +0000 (18:32 +0000)
git-svn-id: https://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/scst/trunk@1322 d57e44dd-8a1f-0410-8b47-8ef2f437770f

17 files changed:
www/comparison.html
www/contributing.html
www/mc_s.html
www/scst_admin.html
www/scstvsstgt.html
www/solutions.html
www/target_emulex.html
www/target_fcoe.html
www/target_local.html
www/target_lsi.html
www/target_mvsas.html
www/target_old.html
www/target_qla2x00t.html
www/target_qla_isp.html
www/target_srp.html
www/targets.html
www/users.html

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                                scst.conf, then you edit this file, e.g. add new devices, then scstadmin will figure out that you added those devices
                                and add them to SCST.</p>
                                
-                               <p>The latest stable version is 1.0.6.
+                               <p>The latest stable version is 1.0.6.</p>
                                
                                <p class="post-footer align-right">                                     \r
                                        <a href="downloads.html" class="readmore">Download</a>  \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>
                                </p>
-                               <p><span><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></span></p>\r
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
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+<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">\r
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 <meta name="Keywords" content="Generic SCSI Target Subsystem for Linux,SCST vs STGT">\r
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@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@
                                <a href="http://www.id-7.com/html/features.html">http://www.id-7.com/html/features.html</a>. Also many of ID7's
                                solutions are OEM'd and re-branded.</p>
 
-                               <p><span><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></span></p>\r
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
                        </div> \r
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@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
        \r
                        <div id="main"> \r
                                <h1>Target driver for Emulex lpfc FC/FCoE adapters</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_emulex.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_emulex.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Emulex">
                                <p>Target driver for Emulex lpfc FC/FCoE adapters is developed by the Emulex team.</p>
 
                                <p>The driver allows for lpfc adapters to be placed in initiator and/or target mode. Those in
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
                                        <a href="http://lpfcxxxx.sourceforge.net/HOWTO.lpfc" class="readmore">HOWTO</a> \r
                                </p>
 
-                               <p><span><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></span></p>                                                             \r
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
                        </div>\r
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        \r
                        <div id="main"> \r
                                <h1>Open-FCoE software target</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_fcoe.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_fcoe.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Fcoe">
                                Open-FCoE is an open source project implementing the Fibre Channel over Ethernet for Linux. 
                                It uses SCST framework to implement software FC target.
                                </p><br><br><br><br>
                                <p class="post-footer align-right">\r
                                        <a href="http://www.open-fcoe.org/" class="readmore">Open-FCoE Site</a> \r
                                </p>
-                               <p><span><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></span></p>                                                             \r
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
                        </div>\r
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@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@
                                        <a href="downloads.html" class="readmore">Download</a>                          \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>     \r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
                        </div>\r
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@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
        \r
                        <div id="main"> \r
                                <h1>Target driver for LSI/MPT adapters</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_lsi.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_lsi.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST LSI">
                                Target driver for LSI/MPT adapters was originally developed by Hu Gang, then Erik Habbinga has continued the development. </p>
 
                                <p>It supports parallel SCSI (SPI), including Wide SCSI, and Fibre Channel, but also should work with SAS. This driver is on the 
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
                                <p class="post-footer align-right">                                     \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>     \r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
                        </div>\r
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        \r
                        <div id="main"> \r
                                <h1>Target driver for Marvell SAS adapters</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_sas.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">\r
+                               <p><img src="images/t_sas.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Marvell SAS">
                                <p>Target driver for Marvell SAS adapters is developed by Marvell and Andy Yan. It is fully functional
                                SAS target driver.</p>
                                
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
                                <p class="post-footer align-right">                                     \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>     \r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
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                                <h1>Old target driver for QLogic qla2x00t adapters for 2.4 kernels</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Unsupported">
                                Old target driver for QLogic qla2x00t adapters is capable to work on 2.4 kernels. 
                                It has all required features and looks to be quite stable. It is designed to work in conjunction with the 
                                initiator driver, which is intended to perform all the initialization and shutdown tasks. In the current release as 
                                <p>Currently it is <strong>not supported</strong> and listed here for historical reasons only.</p>
                                
                                <h1>Target drivers for Adaptec 7xxx and QLogic QLA12xx adapters</h1>
-                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Unsupported">
                                Target drivers for Adaptec 7xxx and QLogic QLA12xx adapters have been developed by Hu Gang and they available for 
                                download from <a href="http://bj.soulinfo.com/~hugang/scst/tgt/">http://bj.soulinfo.com/~hugang/scst/tgt/</a>. 
                                These drivers are not completed, but looks to be a good starting point if you are going to use one of these adapters. 
                                SCST team don't have the appropriate hardware, therefore have not tested and don't support these drivers. 
-                               Send all questions to <strong>Hu Gang <hugang@soulinfo.com></strong>. If some of these drivers don't compile for 
+                               Send all questions to <strong>Hu Gang < hugang &#64;soulinfo.com ></strong>. If some of these drivers don't compile for 
                                you, try again with SCST version 0.9.3-pre2.</p><br><br>
                                
                                <h1>Patches for UNH-iSCSI Target 1.5.03 and 1.6.00 to SCST</h1>
-                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_unsupported.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST Unsupported">
                                SCST is much more advanced, than the internal mid-level of <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/unh-iscsi">
                                UNH-iSCSI target driver</a>. With SCST the iSCSI target benefits from all its features and gets ability to use all 
                                its advantages, like high performance and scalability, SMP support, required SCSI functionality emulation, etc.</p>
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                                <h1>Target driver qla2x00t for QLogic FC adapters</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_qlogic.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_qlogic.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST QLogic">
                                This is target driver for QLogic qla2xxx (qla22xx/qla23xx) Fibre Channel adapters. It is stable and well tested.</p>
 
                                <p>The latest stable version is 1.0.1.1. Requires Linux kernel version 2.6.16.x or higher and
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                                        <a href="downloads.html" class="readmore">Download</a>                          \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>\r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
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                        <div id="main"> \r
                                <h1>Target driver for QLogic ISP chipsets</h1>\r
 
-                               <p><img src="images/t_qlogic.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_qlogic.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST QLogic">
                                This is an SCST driver for ISP QLogic chipsets commonly used in many SCSI and FC host bus adapters. 
                                It is based on Matthew Jacob's multiplatform driver for ISP chipsets, which has its own page at 
                                <a href="http://www.feral.com/isp.html">http://www.feral.com/isp.html</a>. The update for SCST was made by 
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                                        <a href="downloads.html" class="readmore">Download</a>                          \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>\r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="250px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="250px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
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                                <h1>Infiniband SCSI RDMA protocol (SRP) target driver</h1>\r
-                               <p><img src="images/t_rdma.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left">
+                               <p><img src="images/t_rdma.gif" width="100" height="120" class="float-left" alt="SCST SRP">
                                SCSI RDMA Protocol (SRP) target driver has been developed by Vu Pham. Since March
                                2008 the main development place of the SRP target driver is SCST SVN repository.</p>
                                <p>The latest stable version is 1.0.0.</p>
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@
                                        <a href="https://wiki.openfabrics.org/tiki-index.php?page=SRPT+Installation" class="readmore">RDMA Wiki</a>     \r
                                        <a href="http://scst.svn.sourceforge.net/" class="readmore">SCST SVN Repository</a>\r
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>                                                          
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                                                <li><span>...</span></li>
                                        </ul>                           
                                </p>
-                               <p><table height="300px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="300px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
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                                <p>Also you can find on the TPC site
                                <a href="http://www.tpc.org/results/FDR/tpch/HP%20ProLiant_BL460c16PDC_080907_fdr.pdf">test results</a>
                                for HP BladeSystem c-Class ProLiant BL460c IB Cluster 16P DC with Oracle Database 10g Release 2
-                               made using SCST SRP target by <strong>Hewlett Packard</strong> and <strong>Oracle</strong>.
+                               made using SCST SRP target by <strong>Hewlett Packard</strong> and <strong>Oracle</strong>.</p>
                                
                                <p>If your company is using SCST in its products, solutions or internal storage infrastructure,
                                please contact vst at vlnb net and I'll also list it on this page. This is the least appreciation
                                it can do for SCST.</p>
                                
-                               <p><table height="15px" border=0><tr><td>&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
+                               <p><table border=0><tr><td height="15px">&nbsp;</td></tr></table></p>
                        </div> \r
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