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HTML syntax checker

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i have lot of html code.
i want to check the html syntax correctly and also want to check web2.0 standards.

Is there any tool available for this.
please help me.
Jan 24 '08 #1
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i have lot of html code.
i want to check the html syntax correctly ..........
HTML Tidy is the de-facto standard HTML syntax error checking and clean-up program. It is not only a Markup syntax error checker, it also checks for document well-formedness; can convert HTML to XHTML; convert Uppercase Markup to lowercase; effect code "Pretty Printing" (indentation and spacing), etc. Although Tidy is one of the most popular and useful Web authoring utilities, it is not a Validator -- it will not check Markup against specific DTDs and offer corrective action -- although running documents through Tidy first is an important step toward successful Validation. I run all my Web pages through Tidy and use it for code "pretty printing".

Forget "Web 2.0" -- just produce good semantic Markup and constructs.

James
Jan 24 '08 #2

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