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Site Validation Tools and Services
If you're writing new code that isn't validating immediately, see the available
Netscape Browser Add On for Validation
Install DevEdge Toolbox Sidebars for quick access to
web development references.
Checky adds a submenu to your Netscape or Mozilla context menu
that allows you to run whatever page you're on through one of (currently)
18 different online validaton and analysis services.
This interface to W3C services guides beginning-to-intermediate web authors through the
process of updating content to support Netscape 7.x,
Mozilla and other browsers that support W3C Standards.
The W3C HTML Validator will validate any Web page
according to the W3C HTML standards. It is very useful for detecting
the use of proprietary HTML as well as invalid HTML.
The W3C CSS Validator will validate the CSS
within any web page or external CSS files according to the W3C CSS standards.
The W3C RDF Validator service will validate the RDF/XML contained on a given URI.
This tool will check links on a given web page.
HTML Tidy is a tool that can be used to report
errors in an HTML page and to format web pages for better reading.
(Some authoring software, such as HTML Kit, builds in HTML Tidy which makes validation
quick and easy.)
Checks a web page using Lynx visualization
and allows validation of accessibility features.
This service can validate web pages using
accessibility guidelines such as U.S. Section 508 and more.