Web Standard W3cHtmlValEntity
An unknown entity has been used. This often happens when ¶m=value is used instead of &param=value in URL query strings.
In HTML the ampersand character (&) is reserved for marking character entities so you should never use raw ampersands in HTML - including ampersands inside URLs. Any URL that uses an ampersand should look like:
- 4.0 Jun 2010 Priority lowered to 3.
- 1.0 Feb 2007 Added.
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Rule ID: W3cHtmlValEntity