The number ‘1’ is out of range for this format so the error message was displayed.

Some users have reported the same problem. I’m guessing this is due to a browser setting that forces text into a specific number of columns and not to display numbers in a table. But for now the only fix is to go and see your browser’s settings.

Yes, we understand you might be using a browser that doesn’t support the

 tag. The number 1 in a 
 pre element is not going to display in a table, but it will display in a number of columns. 

For the right person, in a table with a number of columns, it will look like a number in the first column and text in the other columns. If you’re using a browser that supports the tag, this will display correctly. But a lot of people have reported being able to see these numbers as text.

So what do you do? Well, you can try to disable your browsers’ support for the tag by either writing the tag out yourself or using the HTML5

 tag. But the browsers that have this support are mostly the ones that you likely use. If you are using something like IE and you have an older version of IE, you might need to use 

The browser that you use is important. If you are using IE 6, you will need to switch your CSS to use the HTML5 tag. You can read more about this here.

You will need to also use the meta tag in your code too. If you are using IE 6, you can add the meta tag to your code like so: . This should also help the browser understand that you are writing plain text.

IE 6 supports the tag, but it is not always supported.

IE 6 supports the tag, but it is not always supported. The tag lets you write in html, code, or text to the browser. The tag is not supported by every browser, but it is always supported by the most popular ones. The tags are also supported by most plugins which means that you can also use the tag in your code.

Not all browsers support the tag. For example, the tag is not supported by Safari. If you are using an old browser or a site with broken javascript, you may need to use the