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Help. Please. With HTML. Text underlined without purpouse.

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Probably due to an unclosed <a> tag, but you'll have to show your code for me to be sure.

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It's an issue with invalid HTML. Pass your code through the validator and fix all the errors it shows: https://validator.w3.org/

Tags should be closed in the opposite order they were opened. If you opened with <b><u> then you have to close with </u></b>, not with </b></u>.

Here's a list of some of the errors on your page:

  • <!DOCTYPE! html> should be <!DOCTYPE html>
  • The <title> tag does not have a style attribute.
  • The <u> tag is deprecated and should not be used. You can use CSS to replace it.
  • Tags are not closed in the right order.
  • <marquee> is deprecated and should not be used anymore. You can use CSS animations to replace it.

Here's a list of things that aren't technically errors, but you should do to follow best practices:

  • Avoid the use of style attributes, put all of your CSS in the stylesheet.
  • Avoid the use of <b> and <i> tags to style blocks of text. Use CSS to change the style.
  • <br> does not need a closing tag, you can remove the </br>.

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6 hours ago, Ingolme said:

It's an issue with invalid HTML. Pass your code through the validator and fix all the errors it shows: https://validator.w3.org/

Tags should be closed in the opposite order they were opened. If you opened with <b><u> then you have to close with </u></b>, not with </b></u>.

Here's a list of some of the errors on your page:

  • <!DOCTYPE! html> should be <!DOCTYPE html>
  • The <title> tag does not have a style attribute.
  • The <u> tag is deprecated and should not be used. You can use CSS to replace it.
  • Tags are not closed in the right order.
  • <marquee> is deprecated and should not be used anymore. You can use CSS animations to replace it.

Here's a list of things that aren't technically errors, but you should do to follow best practices:

  • Avoid the use of style attributes, put all of your CSS in the stylesheet.
  • Avoid the use of <b> and <i> tags to style blocks of text. Use CSS to change the style.
  • <br> does not need a closing tag, you can remove the </br>.

Thank you very much! Appreciated!

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