HTML Validation Result of interia.pl

After validating, we found 5 errors and 4 warnings.

5 Errors

1. Bad value “speculationrules” for attribute “type” on element “script”: Subtype missing. 1 occurrence
On line 50, column 40 '...> <script type="speculationrules"> ...'

2. No space between attributes. 1 occurrence
On line 483, column 47 '..."wiadspec-news""> ...'

3. Saw “"” when expecting an attribute name. Probable cause: “=” missing immediately before. 1 occurrence
On line 483, column 47 '..."wiadspec-news""> ...'

4. Attribute “"” not allowed on element “div” at this point. 1 occurrence
On line 483, column 48 '... <div class="page-section wiadspec six-plus-seven color-lightgray has-background " style="--marker-color:#002D80" data-iwa-block="wiadspec-news" data-iwa-viewability-name="wiadspec-news""> ...'

5. Element “div” not allowed as child of element “span” in this context. (Suppressing further errors from this subtree.) 2 occurrences
On line 520, column 187 '... <div class="authors-wiadspec authors-container" data-iwa-block="wiadspec-authors-1" data-iwa-viewability-name="wiadspec-authors-1"> ...'
On line 4740, column 187 '... <div class="authors-ntgrymen authors-container" data-iwa-block="ntgrymen-authors-1" data-iwa-viewability-name="ntgrymen-authors-1"> ...'

4 Warnings

1. Trailing slash on void elements has no effect and interacts badly with unquoted attribute values. 4 occurrences
On line 11, column 95 '...pl/"> <meta property="og:title" content="Interia - Polska i świat: informacje, sport, gwiazdy."/> <...'
On line 14, column 49 '...png"> <meta property="og:type" content="website" /> <...'
On line 39, column 62 '... <link rel="canonical" href="https://www.interia.pl" /> <...'
On line 43, column 79 '...xml"> <link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="180x180" href="/apple-touch-icon.png"/><!-- 1...'

2. Attribute “"” is not serializable as XML 1.0. 1 occurrence
On line 483, column 48 '... <div class="page-section wiadspec six-plus-seven color-lightgray has-background " style="--marker-color:#002D80" data-iwa-block="wiadspec-news" data-iwa-viewability-name="wiadspec-news""> ...'

3. Section lacks heading. Consider using “h2”-“h6” elements to add identifying headings to all sections, or else use a “div” element instead for any cases where no heading is needed. 1 occurrence
On line 1010, column 166 '... <section class="wydarzenia news-container" data-iwa-block="wydarzenia" data-iwa-viewability-name="wydarzenia"> ...'

4. Empty heading. 1 occurrence
On line 9203, column 37 '... <h2 class="header-title"> ...'

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