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    Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    I've received a couple warnings now during script that says something like "bad code not allowed, HTML will be removed" during site/page creation. Can't remember specific wording but it's a little popup that says this.
    Any thoughts?

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    that's too little info mate..

    YOu'd need to take screen shots of the errors

    did the sites turn out ok?

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterDrew View Post
    that's too little info mate..

    YOu'd need to take screen shots of the errors

    did the sites turn out ok?


    Hey Pete...see attached.
    Cheers TJ20190117_171923_HDR.jpg

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    note you have the ability to edit the html of your sites.

    by editing the HTML template that can be found here

    C:\Users\UserName\Documents\TrustJacker\Templates

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    Or if you need further help contact support, they are awesome..

    www.support.hangoutmillionaire.com

    cheers
    pete

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    Sorry Pete... I'll snap a picture and post it here. Sites seem ok, but indexing is an issue at times. Google Search Console says NOT mobile friendly and showing issues with HTML. Indexed but not all pages... only main site.

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    That error is relative to the html you've added to the software, I've seen this come up a couple of times myself and just ignored it.

    Re indexing, sometimes it takes a bit longer for the internal pages to rank.

    You can upload your PDF to drive.google.com and other doc sharing websites, link to them at the bottom of the PDF to help indexing and of course rankings also

    cheers

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterDrew View Post
    That error is relative to the html you've added to the software, I've seen this come up a couple of times myself and just ignored it.

    Re indexing, sometimes it takes a bit longer for the internal pages to rank.

    You can upload your PDF to drive.google.com and other doc sharing websites, link to them at the bottom of the PDF to help indexing and of course rankings also

    cheers

    Thanks Pete... funny thing though, I've not added or modified the HTML at all... hoping Google is not messing with redirects, etc. Thanks for your help.
    Cheers TJ

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    I saw this "warning" also in my last project and I didnīt change nothing in my HTML section, I only repeat an existing project.

    My HTML is very simple:
    HTML Code:
    <p>
    <a href="https://xxx.com" target="_blank">https://xxx.com</a><br />
    <a href="https://xxx.com" target="_blank">https://xxx.com</a><br />
    <a href="https://xxx.com" target="_blank">https://xxx.com</a><br />
    </p>

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    Re: Trust Hijacker HTML issue

    Quote Originally Posted by rodrimar View Post
    I saw this "warning" also in my last project and I didnīt change nothing in my HTML section, I only repeat an existing project.

    My HTML is very simple:
    HTML Code:
    https://xxx.com
    
    https://xxx.com
    
    https://xxx.com
    
    the best way to test it, is to log into sites.google.com either create or edit a site and enter the html in there.. once you have it with no errors, you can then enter it in the software etc.

    cheers

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