[thelist] HTML and CSS validators

Shirley Kaiser, SKDesigns skaiser at skdesigns.com
Sun Feb 4 12:56:37 CST 2001


I thought I'd toss in a couple more possibilities with Jonathon's good 
ones, too.

CSE HTML Validator does a great job. A lite version comes within Allaire's 
HomeSite, but I've purchased the Pro version, which I especially like for 
validating an entire website with one click.

CSE HTML Validator

For CSS, I like the validator that comes with Bradsoft's TopStyle CSS editor:

I typically run the validator in that and then click the button to validate 
it through W3C, too.

Both of the above are available in free trial versions.
Shirley E. Kaiser, M.A.
SKDesigns  mailto:skaiser at skdesigns.com
Website Development  http://www.skdesigns.com/
Pianist, Composer  http://www.shirleykaiser.com/

At 10:39 AM 02/04/2001, jonathon isaac swiderski wrote:
>Liam Quinn makes a local version of the validator he created for the Web 
>Design Group, called A Real Validator [http://www.arealvalidator.com/]. 
>There's a 30-day free trial, registration is $25.  As far as I can tell, 
>it's only available for Windows.  There's also HTMLTidy 
>[http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/], <snip>
>>What do you all recommend for doing HTML and CSS validation on the
>>desktop? I'd prefer not to submit pages to a Web-based validator.

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