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W3C CSS & HTML errors and warnings

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  • Kc George

    Hi,

    Can you give us more details?

    1. URL of your website
    2. SEO Tool you are using
    3. Copy paste the HTML and CSS errors you see in the SEO audit 
    4. Describe the steps we must follow to reproduce the errors at our end
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  • The Science Of Sound

    1. www.scienceofsound.co.uk

    2. Seo Power Suite - Website Auditor

    I'm not sure how to copy/paste or reproduce errors. I'm not very technical at all.

    Can you help with the info I've given?

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi

    Thank you for keeping in touch.

    If you encounter errors, you can capture them using your smartphone and send them to us. 

    While we're not very familiar with this tool, I used the W3C Markup Validation Service at https://validator.w3.org/ to check for issues. 

    If you're seeing similar warnings, there's no cause for concern. These warnings typically pertain to valid HTML tags. Specifically, they may appear on <meta> tags, which are commonly self-closed in XHTML (e.g. <meta charset="utf-8" />) but unnecessary in HTML5 (e.g. <meta charset="utf-8">), thus triggering the validation warning from the W3C Markup Validation Service.

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • The Science Of Sound

    Hi,

    Can i please request that my name is edited out of the previous responses.

    Kind regards,

    The Science of Sound Team

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  • Kc George

    Done

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