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CSE HTML Validator Enterprise generated 26 error messages and 18 warning messages when checking this web page. In fact, this web page generated so many errors that HTML Validator terminated the check before it went through the entire document. These problems could damage this web page's search engine rankings as well as cause viewing problems for visitors. It is highly recommended that any problems be corrected. Why validate?

URL: <http://www.ufifa16.com/>, Charset: UTF-8, Local Time: 2:28:16 PM, Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2016

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Error24The attribute name "onChange" does not match (with case-sensitivity) "onchange". Should this be changed to "onchange"? NOTE: This appears to be an XHTML document and XHTML is case-sensitive.

<select onChange="setCurreny(this)" style="margin-top: 10px;">
 

Error25The attribute "selected" does not have a value. All attributes must have a value because this is an XHTML/XML based document. Should this be selected="selected"?

<option value='EUR'>EUR</option><option selected value='USD'>USD</option><option value='GBP'>GBP</option><option value='AUD'>AUD</option><option value='CAD'>CAD</option><option value='RUB'>RUB</...
 

Error25XHTML requires that you use selected="selected". You cannot use the minimized attribute "selected" without a value. In XHTML, all attributes must have values.

<option value='EUR'>EUR</option><option selected value='USD'>USD</option><option value='GBP'>GBP</option><option value='AUD'>AUD</option><option value='CAD'>CAD</option><option value='RUB'>RUB</...
 

Error79The "ale" attribute is not valid for the "img" element. Some valid attributes for this element are: "accesskey", "align", "alt", "border", "class", "contenteditable", "contextmenu", "crossorigin", "dir", "draggable", "dropzone", "height", "hidden", "hspace", "id", "inert", "ismap", "lang", "longdesc", "name", "role", "sizes", "spellcheck", "src", "srcset", "style", "tabindex", "title", "translate", "usemap", "vspace", "width", "on" attributes (like event handlers), "aria-*" attributes, and "item*" attributes.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/ico-ps.png" ale="ps3"/>
 

Error117The "div" element is not allowed here (as a child of the "ul" element). The "ul" element must contain only "li" elements and script-supporting elements (like "script") as children.

<div class="clear"></div>
 

Error123HTML 4.01 (but not HTML5) requires that "id" attribute values begin with a letter (A-Z or a-z) and consist of the following characters: (A-Z), (a-z), (0-9), hyphens (-), underscores (_), colons (:), and periods (.). Space characters are not allowed. NOTE: HTML5 allows more characters and removes the restriction of beginning with a letter.

<div id="body_main Body">
 

Error140The "alt" attribute must be used when the "href" attribute is used. The "alt" attribute specifies the text of the hyperlink. It may be left blank (alt="") if there is another "area" element in the same image map that points to the same resource and has a non-blank "alt" attribute.

<area shape="poly" coords="472,97,562,95,611,178,563,259,470,261,423,178,472,98" href="http://www.ufifa16.com/fut-coins/pc.html" />
 

Error159The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/2016/05/FIFA-17-Is-Already-In-Development-Design-Choices-Considered_0.jpg" alt="ufifa16 - FIFA 17 Is Already In Devel...
 

Error163The end tag for "span" was found, but no start tag for "span" was found. This appears to be a misplaced end tag that should be removed. The next expected end tag is </a>, which was started in line 162, column 18.

ufifa16 - FIFA 17 Is Already In Development: Design Choices Considered</span>
 

Error177The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/2016/05/Lionel-Messi-Might-Not-Feature-On-FIFA-17-Cover_0.jpg" alt="Lionel Messi Might Not Feature On FIFA 17 Cover -...
 

Error181The end tag for "span" was found, but all "span" start tags already have end tags (or there is a nesting error). The next expected end tag is </a>, which was started in line 180, column 18.

Lionel Messi Might Not Feature On FIFA 17 Cover - ufifa16.com</span>
 

Error193The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/2016/05/FIFA-17-Include-Norwegain-Womens-Team_0.jpg" alt="FIFA 17 Include Norwegain Womens Team - ufifa16.com">
 

Error197The end tag for "span" was found, but all "span" start tags already have end tags (or there is a nesting error). The next expected end tag is </a>, which was started in line 196, column 18.

FIFA 17 Include Norwegain Womens Team - ufifa16.com</span>
 

Error209The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/wp-content/uploads/images/2016/05/FIFA-17-Going-To-Be-A-Major-Step-Forward-Andrew-Wilson_0.jpg" alt="ufifa16 | FIFA 17 Going To Be A Major Step...
 

Error213The end tag for "span" was found, but all "span" start tags already have end tags (or there is a nesting error). The next expected end tag is </a>, which was started in line 212, column 18.

ufifa16 | FIFA 17 Going To Be A Major Step Forward: Andrew Wilson</span>
 

Error225The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/images/news_default.jpg" alt="ufifa16 | Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain sets Serie A goals record with 36 in a season">
 

Error229The end tag for "span" was found, but all "span" start tags already have end tags (or there is a nesting error). The next expected end tag is </a>, which was started in line 228, column 18.

ufifa16 | Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain sets Serie A goals record with 36 in a season</span>
 

Error246The "div" element is not allowed here (as a child of the "ul" element). The "ul" element must contain only "li" elements and script-supporting elements (like "script") as children.

<div class="clear"></div>
 

Error280The "rel" attribute for this "a" element has an empty or missing value. This attribute controls what kinds of links are created. Its value must be a set of space-separated keywords. For the allowed keywords, visit http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/links.html#linkTypes and http://microformats.org/wiki/existing-rel-values#HTML5_link_type_extensions.

<a href="http://www.blade-soul.com/" rel="" title="Blade And Soul Gold" target="">
 

Error282This start tag cannot be used here because the end tag for "p" must be used first. A previous "p" start tag (in line 285) does not have an end tag or the end tag (</p>) is in the wrong place. The missing or omitted "</p>" end tag should probably be placed right before this start tag.

<a href="http://www.ufifa17coins.com/" rel="" title="Buy FIFA 17 Coins" target="">
 

Error282The "rel" attribute for this "a" element has an empty or missing value. This attribute controls what kinds of links are created. Its value must be a set of space-separated keywords. For the allowed keywords, visit http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/links.html#linkTypes and http://microformats.org/wiki/existing-rel-values#HTML5_link_type_extensions.

<a href="http://www.ufifa17coins.com/" rel="" title="Buy FIFA 17 Coins" target="">
 

Error285The "p" element must have an end tag (</p>) but the end tag was not found, is misplaced, or was not seen due to other errors. In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<p><address>Copyright © 2015 <strong>ufifa16.com</strong> , All Rights Reserved.</address></p>
 

Error285The "address" element cannot be contained in a "p" element. The end tag for "p" was found on line 285, column 108 (this error may also be caused by a stray or misplaced end tag).

<p><address>Copyright © 2015 <strong>ufifa16.com</strong> , All Rights Reserved.</address></p>
 

Error297The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon01.png">
 

Error305The "img" element must use empty element shorthand by adding a slash to the end of the tag (<img ... />) or must have an end tag (</img>). In XHTML, all elements not declared as empty (like "b", "p", "span", etc.) must have an end tag. Elements declared as empty (like "br", "img", "input", etc.) can have an end tag or can use the empty element shorthand.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon04.png">
 

Error376Terminating validation due to too many errors. Please correct the errors and recheck the document. Checking is stopped after 25 errors (this can be changed in the 'Message Output' page of the Validator Engine Options).

</html>
 

Warning This appears to be an XHTML 1.0 document but was served with the Internet media type (MIME type) "text/html" instead of "application/xhtml+xml". "text/html" is technically allowed only for XHTML 1.0 (not for XHTML 1.1+) documents that follow the backward compatibility mode guidelines. Visit https://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#guidelines for more information.
Warning2The natural primary language is not specified. It is highly recommended that the "lang" and/or "xml:lang" (for XHTML) attributes be used with the "html" element to specify the primary language. For example, add the attribute lang="en" for English or lang="fr" for French. Specifying the language assists braille translation software, speech synthesizers, translation software, and has other benefits.

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
 

Warning79[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/ico-ps.png" ale="ps3"/>
 

Warning136[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/bg-03-li.jpg" usemap="#Map" border="0" />
 

Warning267[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/payment/png_ico.png" class="png"/>
 

Warning280The value of the "target" attribute is empty. It is recommended that this attribute be removed or its value set to a valid browsing-context name or keyword. Valid names (that are not keywords) must not begin with an underscore character (_) and must be at least one character long. Valid keywords are: "_blank", "_parent", "_self", or "_top". This message is displayed up to 10 times.

<a href="http://www.blade-soul.com/" rel="" title="Blade And Soul Gold" target="">
 

Warning282The value of the "target" attribute is empty. It is recommended that this attribute be removed or its value set to a valid browsing-context name or keyword. Valid names (that are not keywords) must not begin with an underscore character (_) and must be at least one character long. Valid keywords are: "_blank", "_parent", "_self", or "_top". This message is displayed up to 10 times.

<a href="http://www.ufifa17coins.com/" rel="" title="Buy FIFA 17 Coins" target="">
 

Warning297[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon01.png">
 

Warning305[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon04.png">
 

Warning314[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon02.png">
 

Warning320[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon03.png">
 

Warning324The "a" element contains no link text. Although link text is not technically required, it is unusual not to have any. Should this element contain link text or another element like "img" with alt text? This message is displayed up to 10 times.

<li style="border:none;"><a href="javascript:goTop();" class="sidetop">
 

Warning325[13] HTML 4.01 and XHTML require that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. NOTE: Alternate text should not change the meaning of the page when it is used to replace the image, and it should not be supplemental text, like a caption, title, or legend (because it's replacement text; consider the "title" attribute for supplemental text). It should also not repeat information that is provided in the prose next to the image.

<img src="/themes/ufifa/images/side/side_icon05.png">
 

Warning331Missing "type" attribute. HTML 4.01 and XHTML (but not HTML5) require the "type" attribute for the "script" element to specify the scripting language. For example, use type="text/javascript" for JavaScript. However, in practice, modern browsers do not need this attribute if the script type is "text/javascript" (which is the default).

<script>
 

Warning354Missing "type" attribute. HTML 4.01 and XHTML (but not HTML5) require the "type" attribute for the "script" element to specify the scripting language. For example, use type="text/javascript" for JavaScript. However, in practice, modern browsers do not need this attribute if the script type is "text/javascript" (which is the default).

<script>
 

Warning365Missing "type" attribute. HTML 4.01 and XHTML (but not HTML5) require the "type" attribute for the "script" element to specify the scripting language. For example, use type="text/javascript" for JavaScript. However, in practice, it is more important that the external script document be served with the proper Internet media type (MIME type), and in this case the "type" attribute is not important.

<script src="http://s95.cnzz.com/z_stat.php?id=1256497346&web_id=1256497346" language="JavaScript"></script> <!--Start of Zopim Live Chat Script--...
 

Warning365[64] "&web" is an invalid character reference in the value for the "src" attribute. This may be because the '&' character was not escaped as "&amp;". To use a literal ampersand it must be encoded as "&amp;" (even in URLs) because '&' is an escape character in HTML/XHTML. For example, "Recreation &amp; Sports" should be used to display "Recreation & Sports".

<script src="http://s95.cnzz.com/z_stat.php?id=1256497346&web_id=1256497346" language="JavaScript"></script> <!--Start of Zopim Live Chat Script-->
 

Warning374Missing "type" attribute. HTML 4.01 and XHTML (but not HTML5) require the "type" attribute for the "script" element to specify the scripting language. For example, use type="text/javascript" for JavaScript. However, in practice, modern browsers do not need this attribute if the script type is "text/javascript" (which is the default).

<script>function psXOjPow(){$zopim.livechat.window.show();}</script> </div>
 

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