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CSE HTML Validator Professional generated 9 error messages and 8 warning messages when checking this web page. 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://citicard.pl/>, Local Time: 1:53:35 AM, Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Error6This document already contains a "meta" element with the "charset" attribute. Documents must not contain both a "meta" element with http-equiv="Content-Type" and a "meta" element with the "charset" attribute.

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
 

Error177[13] In most cases HTML5 requires that the "alt" attribute be used with the "img" element. The "alt" attribute is critical for accessibility and useful for SEO. It may only be omitted when no alternative text is available and none can be made available. 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="http://citicard.pl/addons/default/themes/citicard/img/zarabiasz_all.png">
 

Error188Instead of the "align" attribute, use the appropriate CSS "float" or "text-align" property instead. More: This "p" tag uses the entirely obsolete (in HTML5) attribute "align", which must not be used in HTML5 documents. This message is displayed up to 5 times.

<p align="JUSTIFY" style="margin-bottom: 0cm; line-height: 100%">
 

Error190Instead of the "align" attribute, use the appropriate CSS "float" or "text-align" property instead. More: This "p" tag uses the entirely obsolete (in HTML5) attribute "align", which must not be used in HTML5 documents. This message is displayed up to 5 times.

<p align="JUSTIFY" style="margin-bottom: 0cm; line-height: 100%">
 

Error192Instead of the "align" attribute, use the appropriate CSS "float" or "text-align" property instead. More: This "p" tag uses the entirely obsolete (in HTML5) attribute "align", which must not be used in HTML5 documents. This message is displayed up to 5 times.

<p align="JUSTIFY" style="margin-bottom: 0cm; line-height: 100%">
 

Error194Instead of the "align" attribute, use the appropriate CSS "float" or "text-align" property instead. More: This "p" tag uses the entirely obsolete (in HTML5) attribute "align", which must not be used in HTML5 documents. This message is displayed up to 5 times.

<p align="JUSTIFY" style="margin-bottom: 0cm; line-height: 100%">
 

Error196Instead of the "align" attribute, use the appropriate CSS "float" or "text-align" property instead. More: This "p" tag uses the entirely obsolete (in HTML5) attribute "align", which must not be used in HTML5 documents. This message is displayed up to 5 times.

<p align="JUSTIFY" style="margin-bottom: 0cm; line-height: 100%">
 

Error443There may be only one "head" section in HTML and XHTML documents. The "head" element has been used 2 times. The "head" element can only be used as the first element in an "html" element.

<script type="text/javascript"><!--
 

Error443The "html" element cannot be used here. This element should be the first element (or root element) in the document.

<script type="text/javascript"><!--
 

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>
 

Warning8Remove this meta tag and use one or more of these metadata names instead: "dcterms.dateCopyrighted" for the date of the copyright (like <meta name="dcterms.dateCopyrighted" content="2014">), "dcterms.rights" for information about the rights held in and over the resource (like <meta name="dcterms.rights" content="statement or information about copyright">), and/or "dcterms.rightsHolder" to specify the person or organization owning or managing the rights (like <meta name="dcterms.rightsHolder" content="ABCXYZ Corp">). Furthermore, "copyright" is not a recognized metadata name. Visit http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/document-metadata.html#standard-metadata-names and http://wiki.whatwg.org/wiki/MetaExtensions for more information.

<meta name="copyright" content="premiumconsulting.pl" />
 

Warning9Remove this meta tag and use the "lang" attribute on the "html" element if trying to specify the document's language, or use a "dcterms.language" meta tag instead. Furthermore, "language" is not a recognized metadata name. Visit http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/document-metadata.html#standard-metadata-names and http://wiki.whatwg.org/wiki/MetaExtensions for more information.

<meta name="language" content="pl" />
 

Warning13The "rel" value specifies the legacy value "shortcut icon". Although this value is allowed by HTML5 for historical reasons, it is recommended that rel="icon" be used instead.

<link href="http://citicard.pl/addons/default/themes/citicard/img/favicon.ico" rel="shortcut icon" type="image/x-icon" />
 

Warning104The "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?

<div class="menu-logo beta"><a href="home"></a></div>
 

Warning132The "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?

<a href="#" class="fb-login-button"></a>
 

Warning410It appears that two (or more) consecutive forward slash characters ("//") were used in this URL where only one should have been used. This may cause problems in some browsers. Please check the link.

<a href="http://citicard.pl//uploads/default/regulamin_citicard.pdf">REGULAMIN</a>
 

Warning419The "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?

<a href="http://facebook.com/CitiCardPL" target="_blank" class="fotter-link facebook"></a>
 

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