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  • Glenn Vergara
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    www is what's defined in AdminCP. So you should redirect non-www to www using htaccess. But you can still change whatever you prefer to use. Just make sure to update Site URLs in AdminCP accordingly.

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  • LifeChargr
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    Thank you Glenn, I still have to correct the non-www and www. Honestly, I don't know which one I am supposed to use. I have always used http://www.mysite.com so I am guessing that is what I redirect too. The error came up when I upgraded from 4.2.3 to 5.2.2.

    Thanks for helping me prioritize.

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    The most important and critical issue to fix is the use of non-www and www. And I think you fixed this already.

    Some of the errors are caused by third-party plugins. For example,

    Self-closing syntax (/>) used on a non-void HTML element. Ignoring the slash and treating as a start tag.
    From line 208, column 9; to line 208, column 62
    Code:
    >↩                                <div id="oneallsociallogin_login_box_top_providers" />
    That "oneallsociallogin_login_box_top_providers" div is obviously not from vBulletin.

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  • LifeChargr
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    These were things that seemed to big issues.

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  • LifeChargr
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    Hi Glenn,
    These are the two site locations I ran checks. I received a 2 our of 10 on my code quality. I will attach screenshots of those.
    http://nibbler.silktide.com/en_US/re...gentlinkus.com
    https://validator.w3.org/nu/?showsou...om%2F#l2287c89
    Attached Files

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  • Glenn Vergara
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    vBulletin frontend pages don't map to a physical file like other sites. A single page consists of multiple templates you can find in AdminCP. What specific HTML changes you'd like to make?

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  • LifeChargr
    started a topic HTML checker. I need to make some corrections.

    HTML checker. I need to make some corrections.

    Hi, I ran an html checker and it came up with a series of corrections I need to make on my home page. My home page is also my forum page. Can you tell me what doc in my cpanel takes me to the page source to correct? vb5.2.2

    If I right click on my forums page it takes me to the right page source, but I can't figure out what it is named so I can edit it.

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