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Missing CDATA comments.

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Hello Experts, 

 

How to fix that issue "Missing CDATA comments" please open the snapshot https://snag.gy/j6yY3X.jpg

 

I've checked my script many times, but i didn't find that issue, please also check my script https://snag.gy/k8T1D0.jpg

 

Can you please suggest me?

 

warm Regards

 

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Missing CDATA comments.

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Hi Lisa,

 

Your CMS, usually WordPress, does it.

 

The closing CDATA line should be:


/* ]]> */

 

Instead your code has:

/* ]]> */

 

My understanding is that this is safe to ignore.

 

 

 

Missing CDATA comments.

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Safe to ignore in what sense?

What does that code do or not do?

Missing CDATA comments.

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CDATA sections are required for documents parsed in the markup languages of SGML and XML. This error denotes that the CDATA comments have been omitted from the AdWords Remarketing script.
While most browsers can properly render the AdWords Remarketing snippet in the absence of CDATA comments, other browsers will fail to properly execute the script. This will result in conversions under-reporting.
Solution: Some content management systems or WYSIWYG editors (known as What You See Is What You Get editors) strip the /* <![CDATA[ */ and /* ]]> */ portion of the conversion tracking script. If you use a visual editor to insert JavaScript into your pages, check to make sure it hasn't incorrectly changed the script.