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Hello,

When I test http://www.reliablefilter.com and all the child pages, I get 5 errors and 2 warnings.
When you click on one of the errors it takes you to line 299 <div class="item-page" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article">.
I know I do not have any of the values specified but how do I fix these errors?

I don't understand where <div class="item-page" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article"> came from. Is this some Joomla adds automatically when you create a new article? I added the structured data for LocalBusiness, Website and breadcrumbs.

Thanks.

Joomla Vers. 3.6.2
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Prasadh Baapaat earned 500 total points
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Hi Paul,
well the tag comes most probably from the index.php file in the "templates/yourtemplate" folder. It might be added from some plugin you installed.

please open the index.php in a editor and search for the tag... when I opened your web page and viewed page source, it is on line 312.

so delete out the words "itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" from the div tag and upload the file... check for errors again, they should be gone...

the corrected div tag should look like:
<div class="item-page">
<meta itemprop="inLanguage" content="en-GB" />

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if you don't find the tag in index.php page, then you will have to search it in the php file in plugins / modules or in components folder. I cant guide you where exactly you will find it as I don't know which plugin you have used and its file structure.

hope this helps.

thanks,
Prasadh
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No luck with the index.php. It will take me while but I'll have to fish for it. Thanks so much.
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