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  • irequirehelpiwantanonlinebusin

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    I used XHTML validator on scrub the web, it has corrected some of my HTML, I need to copy the revised code into my WordPress editor but which php folder do I go into to replace the code. Please help

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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins

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    You probably can’t do that, unless you’re using a static webpage. HTML elements are generated through PHP and/or jQuery.

    irequirehelpiwantanonlinebusin

    (@irequirehelpiwantanonlinebusin)

    They have generated a lot of code, and provided a few option to upload this code with various FTP programs such as dream weaver etc. but how do I upload it with FileZilla, do I put in wp content folder?

    WordPress doesn’t work like that – the pages are generated dynamically. If you have mark-up errors you have to track down where they are coming from (typically they’re from .php files, content or plugins).

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