• Resolved websty

    (@promocot)


    Hello, when i try to verify my HTML validation i get errors

    `Error: Attribute http-equiv not allowed on element meta at this point.

    From line 551, column 1; to line 551, column 45

    </script>↩<meta http-equiv=”imagetoolbar” content=”no”>↩<scri

    Attributes for element meta:
    Global attributes
    name — Metadata name
    http-equiv — Pragma directive
    content — Value of the element
    charset — Character encoding declaration
    media — Applicable media
    Error: Element meta is missing one or more of the following attributes: itemprop, property.

    From line 551, column 1; to line 551, column 45

    </script>↩<meta http-equiv=”imagetoolbar” content=”no”>↩<scri

    Attributes for element meta:
    Global attributes
    name — Metadata name
    http-equiv — Pragma directive
    content — Value of the element
    charset — Character encoding declaration
    media — Applicable media

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  • Plugin Contributor Prashant Baldha

    (@pmbaldha)

    @promocot

    If you deactivate the All In One WP Security plugin, Is this error resolved?

    Thread Starter websty

    (@promocot)

    Yep, I test before write to support, I can make screencast for you, if you sent me email for contact

    Plugin Contributor Prashant Baldha

    (@pmbaldha)

    I have found the reason behind the issue.

    You have enabled copy protection in the AIOS plugin. The erroneous meta is used to disable the image toolbar of the IE6 browser. The Image Toolbar was only a feature in IE6. It was replaced with the contextual menu (right-click) in subsequent versions.

    The IE6 is dead so we will remove it from a future version of the AIOS version.

    In between, if you would like to disable the copy protection then go to Admin Dashboard > WP Security (menu) > Miscellaneous (submenu) > Copy Protection (tab), untick the checkbox “Enable Copy Protection” and save it.

    Thank you very much for reporting the issue.

    Thread Starter websty

    (@promocot)

    Thanks, I disable now this function, and with future update i run again.

    Thread Starter websty

    (@promocot)

    i forget to say, after disable, error disappear. In case anyone else reads this thread.

    Plugin Contributor Prashant Baldha

    (@pmbaldha)

    Thank you for updating here. 🙂

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