You could cache the rendered pages that your clients are seeing and put them in a directory where they could be queued for validation. -- David On Aug 6, 2004, at 8:07 AM, Sam Carter wrote: >> I develop dynamic web content that requires user login before >> accessing the >> page. It's a lot of trouble to validate the HTML since these pages >> are not >> accessible without login. [...] > The courses we develop deliver content specific to a user's login ID. > It's > not just authentication that's going on, but the content on the page is > often user specific or context specific. It's tough to "fake" a user > on a > specific page for external validator's purposes.