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As far as I know:
<a> escaping malformed URI reference
Your url in a link uses backslashes (..\) instead of slashes (../). Your project will probably keep working. No impact for RH8, as RH8 sometimes uses backslashes itself.
<a> attribute "name" has invalid value "<value>"
A bit cryptic, but does the value have <> in it? If so, these characters may confuse browsers, because HTML tags are placed inside those brackets. You would best amend those values.
<a> cannot copy name attribute to id
The "name" and "id" attribute are not the same. No impact that I know of, only creates harder to read code. An id must be unique and a name is used to uniquely identify an element or a set of related elements. So if you have element x with id 'a' and name 'b' and an element y with id 'b' and name 'a', it may get confusing if you look at the HTML.
Thank you William,
That is quite helpful, I will have to look at the code closer with someone a bit more familiar with HTML.
As far as the second 'cryptic' concern, my bad, the value does not include the braces (<>). In this case any idea what the warning may be?
Thank you again
Sorry for the delay. My guess is that you use invalid characters in the attribute. I'm not sure what is and what isn't allowed, but starting with a number may cause problems.
Thanks you William. I did have one of our developers look at your prior response and review the associate warnings.
It does not appear there is any critical impact.